Trending Spring Summer Sandals | Open Toe Mules

Open toe mules are stylish, comfortable and totally chic. They made a huge comeback on the runways in 2015 and turned to wardrobe staple in 2016. This retro piece is now all grown up with extra attitude.


Celine open toe mules gold details block heel trendSurvivor Nina Papaioannou


Do you dress from the feet up? I usually do.

However, mules are this season’s go-to sandals!  You can wear them day to night with anything from cropped flare jeans to floral maxi dresses to shirt dresses.

Refreshing your wardrobe for Spring Summer 2016 with a pair of block heel open toe mules is a super cool comfy option.

I never thought I would say this, but I am shopping more designer comfortable lower heel shoes than ever before. I don’t know if it comes with age or after years of wearing stilettos and sky high platforms.

Mine are by Celine so I had to compromise a little with the heel hight…

However, you could go with a leather pair of mules with wide crossover straps finished with a burnished gold buckle like the sandals from Acne Studios.

Or opt for the new Gucci crossover high block heel leather mules in metallic gold or the lower block heel crossover version…  if you are willing to splurge.

If you want to save, there are some great slide sandals starting from $100 like this open toe medium hight mule.

Are you ready for the backless slide this summer? Check my favorites below.


Celine open toe mules gold details block heel sandals beach


Sweet and low  Silver metallic mules  Topshop // Nude mules with tassels by Loeffler Randall  // Coveted metallic cold mules by Gucci // classic black slide sandal // Cool Snake effect leather backless sandals


Shop the best open toe mules





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