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A Guide to Sweet Summer Sandals

Searching for the perfect summer sandals can be a tricky task, you want them to be comfortable, stylish and to go with everything! It's never too early to bag the perfect pair, from strappy gladiator style sandals to wedges to flashes of on-trend neon, Kidzworld has rounded up our favorite pairs for a stylish summer! 

So the sun's out and if you're like us, you can't wait to shed your tights, socks and boots in favor of breezy summer sandals. From practical flats to patterned wedges, you're sure to find a pair that will suit your style. 

So what are you waiting for? Go forth and pick your fave pair! 

Celebrity Summer Style 

Pretty flat summer sandals go with everything - you don't ever need to wear heels if it makes you uncomfortable or you find it too difficult to walk! A low wedge is just as stylish and much more comfortable. Taylor Swift rocks a gorgeous white summer dress with practical flats while Beyonce's talented sister Solange Knowles looks every inch the fashion forward [kwlink 28233]style setter[/kwlink] in her stud detail flat sandals. Glee's Dianna Agron even works the red carpet in a pair of embellished sandals! 

Taylor Swift pairs a flirty white dress with cool flat sandalsTaylor Swift pairs a flirty white dress with cool flat sandalsCourtesy of www.msn.com

Solange Knowles looks effortlessly cool in a bright playsuit and sandalsSolange Knowles looks effortlessly cool in a bright playsuit and sandalsCourtesy of www.msn.com

Dianna Agron teams a pretty dress with flat sandalsDianna Agron teams a pretty dress with flat sandalsCourtesy of www.yahoo.com

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Which sandals will you be rocking this summer? Share your style tips in the comments below! 

 

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