Snazzy Sandals For Day To Night And Back / by Cathy Carey

I don't think I actually ever wore sandals until I moved to Spain for a year. So unused to getting my toes out, I couldn't have been bothered to buy myself a nice pair, so I bought the cheap and cheerful kind and wore them every day - and eventually, into the ground. Dirty, dusty, with the laces snapped off, my most useful item of clothing was thrown rather unceremoniously in the bin. Next time I made sure I bought better quality, and now I'm loathe to return to anything less.

In Ireland the weather tends to be not good enough for sandals for the most part. But - and I'm just throwing this out there - they could be an investment all the same. Get a nice pair of statement sandals and you can not only take them away on holidays with you, they'll encourage you to embrace what little warm weather we do get. If you like them enough, maybe you'll take them out with you in the evening, and even into next summer. 

Ever the optimist, I've researched a bunch of LOVELY versatile sandals that I'm convinced will come in handy when the weather warms up!

Firth Footbed Sandals, 165 pounds from Whistles

 

Fully Suede Bow Sandals, 45 euro from ASOS

 

Cleo Yellow Snake Sandals, 55 pounds from Urban Outfitters

 

Flat Sandals With Crossover Strap, 49.95 euro from Zara

 

Luma Ankle Strap Sandal, 175 pounds, Whistles

 

Interwoven Cord Sandals, 49.95 euros from Mango

 

Rounded Heel Ankle Strap Sandals, 75 euros from & Other Stories

 

Alezia Metallic Sandals, 55 pounds from Anthropologie

 

Wyatt Suede Sandals, 148 pounds from Anthropologie