My 2020 Summer Shoe Edit

Eva Amurri shares her summer 2020 shoe edit
Photograph by Julia Dags

Even though it seems like self-quarantined Spring is going to last forever, Summer really is around the corner.  Even daydreaming about being outside and having the warm sun on my face has been making me so happy recently.  I can’t wait until we can all get out and about a bit more in the Summer months, albeit very carefully and socially-distanced!

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been basically living in bare feet, socks, and slippers over the past two months.  With the exception of the occasional romp in our yard thrown in for good measure, I’ve barely been wearing shoes at all! With more opportunities for walking around in the future, I’ve been getting excited about shoe shopping for summer.  I thought you all might want to do a spot of online shopping as well, so I decided to create a Summer Shoe Edit!

My own budget isn’t that high for new clothes and shoes right now, and I figure a lot of you are in the same boat – so I made sure to stick to more affordable options.  Let me know which ones are your faves!

Eva Amurri shares her summer 2020 shoe edit
Photograph by Julia Dags

Faux-Leather Braided Mule Flats for Women

Old Navy

Mules are VERY on-trend right now, and these are under $20!

Canvas Sneakers

Old Navy

Canvas Sneakers are a summertime must-have, and these come in four different colors!

Monki Jannike cross strap flatform

ASOS

I love Platform Sandals and I also love Espadrilles. Getchu a pair that can do both!

Jasper suede flatform espadrilles

ASOS

In addition to loving Platform Sandals and Espadrilles, I also love a good pair of loafers. Introducing my new favorite combo: The Platform Espadrille Loafer!

Eva Amurri shares her summer 2020 shoe edit
Photograph by Julia Dags

Dasha Chunky Sneakers

ASOS

These are the sneakers I’m wearing in the photos. I love how cute they look with short dresses!

Nite Jogger sneaker in silver and gold

adidas Originals

White sneakers are a summer staple and love the pops of metallic on these. They’re also currently on sale!

Fulham stripe mule sandals

ASOS

These nude-colored slides are a perfect summer wardrobe staple because they’ll match ANYTHING!

Superga 2730 espadrille flatform sneakers in leopard

Superga

It’s the Platform Sneaker Espadrille again, but this time they’re in a fun leopard print and made by my favorite Italian sneaker brand, Superga!

Eva Amurri shares her summer 2020 shoe edit
Photograph by Julia Dags

Adilette Lite Slides in Periwinkle

adidas

We’re big fans of the classic Adidas slides here at HEA HQ. (@iamedencale wore them every single day during her pregnancy because they were so comfortable…and she gave birth in late November LOL!). I am obsessed with the new colorways they released them in this year, like this periwinkle blue! LOVE!

adidas Originals Continental 80 Vulc sneaker

adidas

Another Adidas fave! Can you tell I’m obsessed with light blues right now?

Wave Heart Flip Flop

Ipanema

These are the cutest! They’re the perfect update to the classic rubber flip flop that we all grew up with.

Two Band Slides

Freedom Moses

The two-strap-sandal is “a thing” here in New England, and I can’t say I’ve been the biggest supporter of it…until now! I guess all I needed was for a brand to make a pair in pink rubber LOL!

Eva Amurri shares her summer 2020 shoe edit
Photograph by Julia Dags

Kini Espadrilles

Steven

I love these Espadrille Platform Sandals. They’re so classic, and will pair great with dresses or jeans!

Payce Slide Sandals

Dolce Vita

These holographic slides are so much fun! They instantly update almost any summer outfit!

Dali Espadrilles

Soludos

Ah, the classic Espadrille Smoking Slipper like the ones I used to buy in Italy! Soludos are so comfortable and known for their durability, so a pair of these will last you years!

Sonja Flats

Sam Edelman

These pointy-toed flats can be paired with the most casual of outfits to create a polished end result! Also, they’re currently on sale!

Eva Amurri shares her summer 2020 shoe edit
Photograph by Julia Dags

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