2024 Spring Sandal Edit

I came home from Florida last month with a big old case of Spring Fever, and I’m so ready to kick winter to the curb and step into spring wearing all the fun sandals I styled while I was there.

Of course, now I’m rocking a snazzy black medical boot for the next few weeks, so it will be a little longer than I had hoped before I can start enjoying my spring shoes. But for those of you who do not share in my misfortune, I’ve put together my spring sandal edit for you today.


20+ Stylish Sandals To Kick-Start Spring

Without further ado, here are 20+ stylish sandals to kick-start spring! (It actually ended up being more like 30+ sandals… you know me, go big or go home!)


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Sam Edelman Bambi Raffia Buckle Slide (8)

Slides are my favorite style of sandal. They’re so easy to, well, slide on and go. You can find slides in all heel heights, including flats; and they look good with everything from jeans and shorts to dresses and skirts.

This year, raffia is a trending fabric across all accessory categories, including footwear. I’m particularly fond of this one because it is distinctively summer and adds texture to my outfits. And of course, there are plenty of leather styles out there too. I rounded up a bunch of options below:

Strappy Styles


Open Edit Tawney Sandal (8)

Strappy sandals are ideal for dressier looks, but some have a more casual vibe. Kitten heels are trending this season, and they look great with a more delicate upper. Silver and other metallics are popular right now, as well as the typical neutrals and pops of color. I rounded up some more options for you below:

Comfort Sandals


Vionic Merlot Sandal (7.5)

I always get requests for comfort sandals, so I ordered a few to try before I injured my ankle. Either it was fortuitous, or I jinxed myself… I’m not sure which, but at least I have these waiting in the wings for whenever I can start wearing regular shoes again.

STYLE TIP: When looking for comfort sandals that aren’t frumpy, you generally want thinner straps and/or less foot coverage. Of course, wider straps and more foot coverage provide more stability, so you have to find a happy medium that works for you and your brand of finicky feet. Another tip for fighting the frump factor with your footwear is to wear colors that are close to your skin tone.

The pair I’m wearing above is by Vionic, and they actually have arch support! Plus, the straps are super soft and comfortable. I’m also a big fan of Birkenstocks, especially the Madrid Slide. Sorel and Kork-Ease also do good comfort sandals. I rounded up those and more of my top picks below, and there are some narrow and wide widths in here too!


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