I was absolutely sure I’d written about these sandals before.
(Side note: this is happening more and more often these days, so either the archive is just really, really big now, or I’m starting to lose my marbles. I’m hoping it’s the former, and given that the site has been online since 2009, there’s a good chance it IS, but apologies if you’re seeing more duplicates than usual right now!)
A quick site search didn’t turn up anything, though, so I’m going ahead and showing you these beauties – and, honestly, I think they’re the kind of shoes that would be worth seeing twice anyway, don’t you? As you probably know by now, I’m a huge fan of tulle details on shoes (although I don’t actually own any shoes that fit that description, actually: maybe that’s something I should be trying to rectify?), and I think these ones really help make an otherwise simple sandal look extra-special.
With that said, there’s a lot to be said for these shoes, even without the bows. I may be a fan of tulle, but I also love simplicity, and it doesn’t really get much simpler than a pair of barely-there sandals, does it? There’s a reason why this is one of the few shoes that has really stood the test of time: I can remember wearing shoes like this out clubbing when I was a student (albeit without the giant bow attachment), and I’d still wear them now, making them a pretty good investment for your shoe closet. These ones are also available in black, and, in addition to the tulle, have a slightly wider toe strap than many shoes in this style, which should make them a little more comfortable for those of you who worry about keeping scrappy styles on your feet!