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Made for Walking: 12 Fun Flat Sandals Under $150

From python to neon, these spring-perfect sandals are as comfy for your wallet as they are for your feet.

With the warm weather (finally, let’s hope) here to stay, it’s time to put away the boots, break out the sandals, and get yourself back out into the city. Though it’s tempting to fall right back into the simple sandal rut, this season stores are stocked with fun and interesting flat sandals—and that fresh pedicure deserves nothing less than a chic shoe. So be daring, be bold! You’ll be surprised how seamlessly bright colors and patterns fit with the rest of your wardrobe—especially if you stick with solid or leg-baring options on bottom. From tribal to art deco, here are 12 pairs of stylin’ sandals that won’t break the bank. C’mon, you know you wanted more than one pair, anyway.



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  • ThomasStrome

    Women have the most bizarre ideas for sandals. They would fall for sandals that are very colorful but the sandal itself is very weird.
    The best place to buy fit flop.

  • If you're clear about your child's shoe size, you can save a bundle at these discounters. However, many of these stores don't carry wide or narrow shoes.

  • Flat sandals are very comfortable to wear. It fades away the stress that we get from high heeled shoes.

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