3 Types of Summer Shoes

The hot summer months are upon us.  As much as I don’t appreciate the heat, I enjoy the lighter clothes, the sunnier days, and the open-toed shoes that are all a part of summer.  Speaking of shoes, I’ve compiled a sweet and shortlist of three types of summer shoes.  Let me know which one is your favorite!

Option#1:  Wedges

It’s no secret that wedges are a huge part of a summer wardrobe.  Many women (like myself) have multiple wedges to wear throughout the summer.  Just like boots for the fall months, there are many different types of styles of wedges.  For me, I like to stick to ones that have a comfortable sole to walk in.  Check out my favorite nude pair of wedges below.

Option #2:  Mules

Growing up, I wasn’t a huge fan of mules.  However, as I got older, I appreciated the comfort yet fashionable edge of a mule.  For those unsure of what a mule is, it’s a type of shoe that is covered in the front but has no backing.  Think of it as a backless converse, without the laces.  For me, I like open-toed mules with a bit of a wedge.

Style #3:  Gladiator Sandals

Gladiator sandals are also another classic shoe for the summer.

They’re flat so easy to walk in yet come in many different types of styles and trends. I always keep a nude and black pair of gladiators in my summer shoe collection, just to match everything, as well as some colorful pairs.

Bonus:  Flip Flops

A summer shoe list is not complete without flip-flops.  These shoes are such easy wear and they come in shoe many types of styles and comfort levels.  My two favorite kinds of flip-flops are my trusted Old Navy pairs (I always get new ones each summer) and a comfort sole pair.

At the beach in flip flops.

There’s my list of three types of summer shoes.  Which one is your favorite type of summer shoe?  Let me know in the comments below!

Much love,

10 thoughts on “3 Types of Summer Shoes

  1. I love all these pairs of shoes, but honestly I gravitate towards gladiator sandals more than any of the others

  2. I want a cute pair of mules or two. Thank you for the suggestions.

  3. We haven’t hit sandal weather where I live but this post got me excited and I can’t wait to break out my summer shoes! I can’t quite pick a favourite but it is between the wedge and the mule for sure. Thanks for sharing!

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