11 Cute Pairs Of Sandals To Grab On Amazon, Because Summer’s Coming

I know it’s only just changed over to spring, but that means summer is right around the corner and you need to be ready for lazy days at the beach and just generally looking cute as hell. These sandals can help with that, and better yet, they’re available on Amazon. (And let’s be honest, who doesn’t buy their whole lives on Amazon these days?)

Sitaile Women’s Slip On Cat Sandals – $12.99

Stop, these are so cute! Made of PVC, they’re durable, the cat design is amazing, and they’re super easy to slip on to head out to the pool or to the bar to grab a drink before heading back to your beach towel to get your tan on. I seriously love these.

Sandalup Women’s Faux Leather Open Toe Sandals – $15.99

A pair of faux leather sandals for less than $20 that are also multi-colored? These are amazing. I’m super tall so I love a pair of flat sandals, and these are designed to be dressed up or down, so they work for pretty much any occasion.

Premier Standard Women’s Slip On Sandals – $14.99

If you’re broke as a joke and can’t afford Birkenstocks but love that tomboy look, you have to get these. They come in a variety of patterns and colors (there are literally 24 to choose from) and again, they’re easy to slide on when you need shoes on in a hurry (which I may or may not need to do semi-often to catch the Mr. Softee van).

Plaka Flat Gladiator Sandals – $29.95 – $34.95

Gladiator sandals were all the rage a few years back, but they’re a trend that’s stood the test of time because they’re super cute and really comfortable. They also keep your feet cool because there’s not a lot of fabric to them. I love the intricate braided rope design of these, and the fact that they’re black means they go with basically anything and everything.

Kali Footwear Cocoa Flat Thong Sandals – $8.97 – $14.99

If you’re looking for something much more basic and shaped like your classic flip flop, these are a great option. They’re not made of the el cheapo plastic that you get from the Old Navy ones that cost, like, $4 (it’s been a while). These are nice enough to wear with a cute sundress, which makes them winners in my book.

Women’s Gladiator Strappy Flat Sandal – $17.88 – $32.88

Yep, another pair of gladiator sandals, but these are different! Instead of a woven design, they have a strappy design at the front and come in 17 different colors. Again, there’s no heel, so you won’t break your ankles (unless you’re SUPER clumsy, and hey, no judgment) but you will look super chic with whatever you wear with it.

Chinese Laundry Women’s Feliz Jelly Sandal – $13.98 – $39.87

Jelly sandals were all the rage when I was a kid, and I remember when I was a teenager wishing that they made them in adult sizes. Thankfully, now they do, and here they are! However, prepare to have your feet steaming hot – jelly sandals are not forgiving when it comes to the temp of your tootsies. The fashion statement is worth it, though, right?

Clark’s Women’s Arla Primrose Sandal – $34.58 – $45.99

OK, so these might not look super cute at first glance, but for all my girls hitting those plantar fasciitis years, you know what’s up and that these are adorable for the sheer fact that they give you that all-important cushioning alone. They come in seven different shades and have a little mini heel, so it can also give you an extra couple of inches to your height if that’s your bag.

Twisted Women Roxette Sandal – $16.50

Yup, another jelly sandal, but these ones in Birkenstock style AND with loads of glitter in with the jelly. Do I really need to say anything else here? I don’t think so.

Plaka Women’s Flat Sandals with Palm Leaf – $29.95 – $34.95

These sandals say, “Why yes, I do watch Real Housewives of New York City and I totally remember when LuAnn hosted a party on that yacht in Miami.” They also come in an amazing 17 different colors, so take your pick.

Liyuandian Open Toe Espadrille Sandals – $35.99

Are espadrilles technically sandals? Maybe not, but these are leopard print and insane, so I’m all for it.

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