Dressed for: The Last of Sandals

Already Pretty outfit featuring COS layered dress, Antelope sandals, Rebecca Minkoff Jealous bag, bib necklace

Dress – COS (no longer available) – similar
Sandals – Antelope¬†(no longer available) –similar
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Jealous via eBay
Necklace – Kenneth Cole
Earrings – studs vintage, ear jackets Design in Your Heart
Bracelets – eBay

The weather is yet to turn chilly, but we’ve reached the point in the season where I feel flat-out weird wearing sandals. I know that certain climates support open-toed footwear year-round, but I’ve lived in a four-season world for most of my life and by mid-September I want my feet covered. This is my own bizarre quirk, and nothing I expect anyone else to adhere to, of course!


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3 Responses to “Dressed for: The Last of Sandals”

  1. Kerry

    I don’t think that’s weird at all. As it turns out, I am starting feel the same way about sandals. It’s just cool enough in the mornings here in NC right now that I am ready to put away my strappiest sandals even if it warms up again.

  2. Dust. Wind. Bun.

    Hah, is that why y’all Minnesotans look at me weird when I wear sandals right up until toe-freezing weather. I don’t like socks, and I put off wearing them as long as I can! Shearling-lined boots and shoes have made a big difference in how happy I am in the winter these days.

  3. Mia

    It’s still at least in the high 70s to low 80s here, so I’ll be wearing my sandals as long as I’m able–although I also like pairing them with socks in cooler weather, which extends their seasonality. One thing I appreciate about it nearly being fall is that I can buy a couple more pairs of sandals that’ve had recent price drops as we move into ankle boot territory. So long as my feet don’t change size over the winter, I’ll be good to go!