Summer is just around the corner, and we all know what that means — sandal season!

We just love summer and everything that comes with it. The days are longer, the weather is warmer, and we can finally sit back and enjoy the good old British sunshine. Summer also brings about a whole plethora of events — with summer weddings, relaxed beach trips and BBQs with friends to contend with, you’re going to want to be stepping out in style!

From elegant strappy numbers to effortlessly cool sliders, join us as we run through our favourite women’s sandal trends for the new season, and for all your summer occasions.

Sandals for a day at the beach

Whether you’re lucky enough to be jetting off on a holiday abroad or you’re enjoying the sun back in the UK, summer means it’s most definitely time to hit the beach! And for that, a pair of women’s sandals tick all the boxes.

A beach trip is casual and fun, and your footwear should reflect this. Opt for something that you can easily slip on and off, like the Padina Coral Leather Sliders. With a flatform style and a unique bright coral shades, these pretty sandals guarantee to turn heads for all the right reasons.

Sandals for a summer wedding

Wedding season is in full swing, and if you’re anything like us you’ll already have a calendar full to contend with. Finding the right outfit for a wedding can be tricky, especially if it’s a day-long affair. Footwear, in particular, needs to remain comfortable from the service right through to dancing the night away at the evening do!

For a dressed up, glamorous look, we’re simply head over heels with the Niah Nude Elastic sandals. These beauties feature an eye-catching metallic design and a comfortable wedge heel, which will elevate your look while ensuring your feet feel as fantastic as they look.

Sandals for a BBQ or garden party

What’s summer without a BBQ? A BBQ or garden party is the perfect way to catch up with friends and soak up the sun over food and a glass of wine, or three! The atmosphere is low-key, and your outfit should represent a similar effortless vibe.

Easy to wear tees and shorts or comfortable day dresses are a must for keeping comfortable and looking stylish at a casual affair. Finish the ensemble with a pair of statement sandals, such as the Tallon White Porvair Sandals.

Sandals for work

Can you wear sandals to work? Of course, it depends a lot on your office and your role. Flip-flops are a definite no-no in any office job, but stylish peep toes or heeled sandals can definitely be dressed up and given a more professional edge.

For business-appropriate sandals, opt for something a little more covered up. The Loarli Tan Leather Sandals feature a seasonal peep toe and open back, with a block heel and leather upper that is perfect for completing a smart summertime ensemble.   

Sandals for day-to-day

From grabbing brunch with friends to shopping trips, what about day-to-day summer sandal wear? We’d recommend going for something fashion-forward and comfortable, that you can throw on quickly with jeans and a tee to give an effortlessly chic yet ultra stylish finish.

And if we’re talking ultra stylish, you won’t find much better than the Naina Rose Gold Porvair Sandals. With their studded gladiator style and rose gold finish, these sandals are sure to inject an instant sense of fashion into your summer wardrobe.

Sandals for summer evening drinks

Finally, what about those warm summer evenings enjoying cocktails with friends? This is your chance to really have fun and dress to impress, and that, of course, means getting the heels out!

Stand out from the crowd in the gorgeous Madio Gold Snakeskin Sandals. Featuring an eye-catching snakeskin printed design, these beauties will go as perfectly with a floaty maxi dress as they will with a chic cropped trousers and blouse combination.

For all your summer footwear needs, be sure to explore the full women’s sandals collection at Moda in Pelle. From everyday flat sandals to glamourous heeled sandals and wedge sandals, you’re sure to find the perfect offering for any occasion.

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