Sundresses are our go-to picks when the weather starts to get a little steamy. Having trouble deciding which shoes to wear with your dress? Don’t worry! We have a few Stylist suggestions for the perfect pairings.
Keep reading for our Stylist-approved shoe & sundress pairings!
1. SUMMER WEDGES
This tried and true style (the cousin to the on-trend mule) should be your go-to option when you need to quickly slide into a pair of shoes that are fashionable and comfortable. The casual feel of a strappy wedge perfectly complements a breezy maxi dress when heading to brunch with the girls.
2. STACKED HEEL
The “it” sandal du jour? The stacked heel! Grab a sundress-friendly hue like navy or tan to pair with a floral frock, A+ for A-line. This style easily transitions from day to night, so strap on a sassy black pair for a more polished shoe option. Bonus points: The thicker heel keeps you comfortable and on your feet all day long.
3. PEEP-TOE BOOTIES
It’s time to put away your favorite winter booties and upgrade to a style that’s warm-weather appropriate. The ankle boot is our year-round staple, but swap in a peep-toe bootie to wear with a boho-inspired shift this season.
4. FEMININE FLATS
Nothing is more ladylike than a dainty pair of ballet flats. These timeless shoes are a perfect match for your favorite flirty sundresses like a fit and flare or a tulle midi skirt ensemble. Queue up a pair of lace-up flats if you’re feeling like a feminine spin this summer.
5. PLAYFUL SANDALS
Not every dress calls for fancy footwear! Slide into a pair of flat sandals for a weekend BBQ with a popover dress in a short frock or fashionable midi style. It’s all in the details this season—up your sandal game with a pair of tasseled, beaded or color blocking details.
Step out in style this summer with a pair of sassy sandals or easy espadrilles. Take your style quiz, schedule a Fix, and do a happy dance when your stylist sends new shoes right to your doorstep. Keep what you love and send back what you don’t. Shipping and returns are always free—meaning more money towards your shoe collection.