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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Best of Clearance Comfort Sandals

Comfort sandals are a summer must have for me because I love to go for long walks in the summer. Since comfort sandals are expensive, clearance season is the time to buy them. You still have a few weeks left to wear them, but really this is a purchase for next summer. You can score plenty of cute, comfy sandals at bargain prices and stash them away for next year. Best of all, comfort sandals don't change drastically in style from season to season so you can be confident a good clearance buy will last you a few years. First Row:
Flower Sandal, b.o.c., 6pm, $34.50 (was $75)
Vine Detail Sandal, Clarks, 6pm, $82.40 (was $110)
Contrast Detail Sandal, Clarks, $65.50 (was $90)
Second Row:
Maize Crisscross Wedge, Naturalizer, $109.99 (was $130)
Turquoise Weave Sandal, b.o.c., DSW, $39.94 (was $80)
Studded Slingback Sandal, Naturalizer, $39.99 (was $79)
Third Row:
Flower Rivet Sandal, SoftWalk, Nordstrom, $58.90 (was $88.95)
Huarache Sandal, Softspot, Norstrom, $69.95 (was $45.90)
Daisy Sandal, Dansko, Nordstrom, $96.90 (was $144.95)
Fourth Row:
Woven T-Strap Sandal, 6pm, Indigo by Clarks, $31.95 (was $80)
Metallic Cross-Strap Sandal, Naturalizer, $39.99 (was $80)
T-Strap Simple Sandal, 6pm, $80 (was $100)

1 comment:

Vicki B. said...

Cannot recommend Clarks highly enough, especially the Unstructured line. I've owned two pairs over the last four summers. They last, they're comfortable, they look good. Worth every penny.