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A Strappy Dilemma.

You guys. There are so many cuuuuuute shoes out this spring. This is kinda the time of year where I start to get excited about shoe shopping again. I mean, don't get me wrong, it's a universal, year round sorta hobby...but when I can paint my toes pretty colors and pop on a dress or a cool pair of skinnies - my feet get excited that they're not longer crammed into boot weather!

This season, lace-up sandals and flats, cage sandals, gladiators, and wedges are all the rage. I can get on board with the wedges, but now that I'm in mom-mode for most of my everydays, I shy away from cage and lace-up styles. Puh-leeease. It takes me too dang long to lace up a sandal when my toddler is running out the door, and when I can easily slip into a chic slide sandal just the same.

Well, THANK YOU JESUS, I found work-around! I am love love loving these Sam Edelman 'Ginette' Sandals that criss cross, but ZIP up the back. Holluh! I thought twice about the price, but I think in the neutral color, I'll be living in these all spring and summer long.
The 'Soho Gal' espadrille wedge from Stuart Weitzman is also a winner. Super cute, simple buckle, with a leather upper suede finish.

And while we're on the topic of wedges, I am thoroughly obsessed with these 'Aimee' Wooden Platform Wedge Sandals by Hinge. The black/white leather with dots is THEE only way to go, and they get STUNNING reviews by buyers online. Dooo iiiiiit.

So just in case you're in need of a little spring inspiration (without all of the fuss!), get those colorful spring toes into these sandals, STAT.

xoxo,
holly in heels

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