Slip On Sandals


Ladies, I hope you have your spring pedicure crossed off your to-do list, because it's going to be like 80, right now. Which means it's sandal weather. I don't care if it's March. Drag them out of the closet.

This was the pair that got me thinking about transitional clothing, and I think these Minnetonka Moccasin sandals work perfecly for spring. They're not flip-flops; the suede and the wedge gives them a little more heft, so it doesn't seem like we're slipping right into August. These would be darling with just about any skirt length or some cropped pants, and they're in that already-fabled color of the season: coral/poppy red. Plus, they'll only set you back $60, which means you have a little cash left over for nail polish and lipstick.

Minnetonka Moccasin is launching a whole new line of sandals for spring/summer 2012 and they'll be available at Love from Minnesota at the end of this month. Can't wait!

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