Stylish summer sandals

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Finally: It's sandal season. Find a great pair for summer right here.

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American Eagle by Payless Shoe Source Whitney Sandal

A true-blue bargain: comfortable, go-with-anything sandals with fun studded and swirly straps.

Available in four other colors.

To buy: $20,

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Naturalizer Shoes Fira Flat Sandals

With an elegant T-strap shape in white, gold, and faux snakeskin, this pair is polished enough to partner up with a businesslike sheath on the hottest summer days.

Also in red/black and turquoise/gray.

To buy: $50,

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Seychelles by the Book

Black, yes, but they sure ain’t basic. The thin braided straps create a cute loop-the-loop design on your foot.

Also available in orange, pewter, and tan.

To buy: $70,

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Dolce Vita Bagley Sandal

Simple bands of gold bring an element of Grecian goddess to anything you wear.

Also in blue, gold, and nude.

To buy: $170,

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Gap Beaded T-Strap Flip Flops

These beaded bohemian beauties can go fancy or casual.

Also available in aqua.

To buy: $40,

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Charles by Charles David Plata Sandal

Vibrant gladiators with a mosaic of sparkly beads are practically mood-lifters. Orange you glad for that?

Also in white and root.

To buy: $110,





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