By Grace Gargini
These beautiful orchid pink sandals in luxurious goat suede are the perfect statement sandal. The block heel and ankle strap mean they’re comfortable for everyday wear, and the heart detail at the toe set them apart from your average sandal design. They look just as good with light-washed jeans and a white t-shirt for an effortlessly cool approach as they do with a dress for an upcoming summer wedding.
Every wardrobe needs a pair of espadrilles for spring, and this new season style from L.K. Bennett are a great versatile option. The soft leather and raffia wedge make them a comfortable option to be worn with skirts and trousers for work, and we love the more subtle multi-coloured pastel thread detail running through the fabric.
If you haven’t already noticed, yellow is everywhere this season. These vibrant limoncello patent-leather sandals will brighten up your favourite denim and add a feel-good sunshine hue to all your spring outfits. Plus, the wedge heel has a cushioned insole so they’re perfect for long weekend strolls or al fresco dining.
Trainers are a staple for any wardrobe, and the ‘fashion trainer' worn with a midi skirt or dress has become a popular look that derived from fashion editors wearing them to run around town at various shows thanks to their ability to be both comfortable and not-too-try-hard. This pastel blue pair from Converse are perfect for pairing with white denim and spring floral prints.
These sliders are a transitional piece that will see you through spring and summer – they can be worn with jeans and shirts now and with dresses in the heart of summer. The white leather is offset with nude and gold detail so they’re a great versatile option that can be worn with a range of colours and prints.
Another spring trainer option are these millennial pink leather pair with a pumped-up white rubber sole and gold heel panel and eyelets for a fun update to off-duty causal outfits. Pair with a spring dress, denim jacket and wicker bag for a perfect Saturday in the park picnic look.