Summer styles that can easily transition to fall might be few and far between, but a structured or strappy sandal can fill that gap. Adding thickness to a shoe but keeping one or two cut-outs, keeps the breeze from freezing toes, but still looks elegant and shapely. These celebs may not have been dressing for the upcoming months, but take a hint and keep an eye out for shoes that can make that jump.
Jeffrey Campbell Foxy Spike Platform Sandal
Twilight starlet Ashley Greene looks youthful and dainty in a white sheath dress and chunky brown sandals. Her simple dress is a great contrast to the intricate strapping of the sandals and compliments her skin tone and rich colored hair. A t-strap can add definition and warmth to a shoe as well as visual interest. The Jeffrey Campbell Foxy Spike Platform Sandal has the bold look needed to transition the seasons. Jeffrey Campbell shoes are known for their versatility and impactful look.
Elizabeth & James Clair Sandal
A structural detail keeps shoes on the up-and-up, and here Malin Akerman makes a statement with demure looking pumps with an architectural and artful element. The simplest way to make your shoes work month after month is to make sure the styling is evergreen and interesting. The thick strap and bold color of the Elizabeth & James Clair Sandal does just that. The brilliant minds behind the brand, fashion’s one-two-punch of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, have made Elizabeth & James their own fashion knockout.
Diane von Furstenberg Elsa Slingback Sandal
A bootie that doubles as a sandal works wonders for the always-unpredictable weather of the end of summer months. Kristin Chenoweth masters the fickle temperatures with a sandal-bootie hybrid that lets just the right amount of foot show. Diane von Furstenberg shoes have the ability to be a chameleon in any woman’s wardrobe, adapting to the changing of style and season with ease and apt styling. The Diane von Furstenberg Elsa Slingback Sandal is the perfect marriage of ankle bootie and comfortable wedge sandal, with a key architectural element in the bold modern heel.