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Spring Style Trend: Elegant Espadrilles

By on 02/22/2012

Espadrilles are once again a hot trend for spring. The woven wonders are among the most versatile of shoe styles – they pair perfectly with flowing skirts and dresses, and look great with your shorts and jeans.  From stylish slip-ons to playful wedges, espadrilles are the “it” shoes of the season.  As the weather starts to heat up, you’ll definitely want to add a pair to your style repertoire.

Espadrilles Spring 2012

From a fun night on the town to a casual daytime stroll, espadrilles give your wardrobe an added style punch. Here are some great choices you’ll want to consider when shopping for warm weather footwear.

Rocket Dog Cutie Slip-On

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Do you want to dress up your look but don’t want to sacrifice comfort? This sweet slip-on is just what you’re looking for. The Cutie is crafted with cotton fabric, with a crocheted front panel for added style. This cool casual is topped off with a jute-wrapped sole to complete your spring/summer look.

Envy Grub Sandal

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This is the perfect sundress sandal. The raffia fabric upper gives the Grub natural, laid back style, while the 3” wrapped wedge heel is perfect if you want to dress things up a bit.

Reef Ocean Swell Slip-On

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Nautical-inspired style combines with the popular espadrille trend in this cute boat shoe.  You really get the best of comfort and style with this slip-on. The Ocean Swell comes equipped with an interior suede heel patch, elastic for a flexible fit and a mattress-inspired, quilted foam footbed with anatomical arch support.

Sam & Libby Banquet 2 Sandal

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Another great way to wear the espadrille is by adding a burst of color. This sandal is sure to brighten up your outfit, while giving you the trend-right edge you’re looking for. The Banquet 2 comes in turquoise, coral, natural and black.

Espadrille image courtesy ofBZMomma.

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