The Best Nail Polish Colors To Wear With Your Sandals


Along with lightweight frocks and abbreviated hemlines, warm weather calls for sandals of every silhouette and design (this season, think festive hues, raffia, pom-poms and more). But before you dare to expose your toes, you’ll need a fresh pedicure in a shade set for spring. Ahead, browse the chicest nail and sandal pairings to try now.



Andrea Gomez

Jason Maughan

Icy Blue

Match your toes to your sandals for a playful result. A multi-colored wraparound style brightens up your look.

Jason Maughan

This cool hue pops with raffia wedges—begging to be worn on vacation.

Raffia Sandal



Beauty & the Beast Nail Lacquer in Gaston & On & On


Morgan Taylor

Jason Maughan

Stark White

This bright neutral takes statement slides to another level.

Phoebe Basket



Loeffler Randall Sal Slide Sandals



Cream Nail Polish in Coconut Cove



Suze Sandals


Loeffler Randall

Jason Maughan

Metallic shoes and white polish are a sleek, modern match made in heaven.

Jason Maughan


Embroidered mules look fantastic but the pattern can often read busy. Temper them with an elegant neutral polish.

Adel Coral Sandal



NailKale Polish in Montpelier Walk


Nails Inc. London

Memphis Sandal


Pierre Hardy

When you want your color-block heels to be the focus, a nude is your go-to.

Jason Maughan

Red Alert

Update this timeless pedicure with fun strappy lace-ups in a bright, head-turning hue.

Blossom Wristlet



Tabitha Heeled Ankle-Tie Sandals


Sol Sana

Myriam Nail Color



Florence Studded Snake-Embossed Leather Sandals


Rachel Zoe

Jason Maughan

Juxtapose fire-engine toes with studded sandals for the perfect balance of classic and edge.

Jason Maughan

Electric Blue

Team a vibrant blue with embellished tweed sandals for a spunky feel. (It also dresses up denim in a flash.)

The High-Waist Stiletto Skinny Jeans



Bumble Bird


Kurt Geiger London

Gel Lab Pro Nail Polish in Stupid Boy


Eva Mules


Dear Frances

Jason Maughan

Choose a polish a few shades darker than your shoe if you prefer not to match.