After a long winter, there's nothing better than finally breaking out your warm-weather footwear. This spring, the resounding trend is functionality, with scores of brands eschewing overly complicated, dainty (and often uncomfortable) silhouettes for sports-infused styles. No one speaks that language more fluently than SOREL—it's been outfitting the style set with hard-hitting winter boots for decades—so it makes sense its sandal offerings are equally reliable. Here, we're showing you how to incorporate the best styles this season.
Tackle the sports-inspired trend this spring with these sleek black sandals. While they're the perfect choice for post-yoga coffee, they're equally stylish paired with a voluminous shirt dress, raffia bucket bag and playful earrings.
For running around town or enjoying an outdoor concert, trade hefty sneakers for functional sandals that'll put a spring in your step. Of-the-moment gray looks timeless with tailored shorts, a retro striped tee and a bold bag.
The only thing worse than a long day in the office is a long day in the office in painful heels. Trade your stilettos for these wearable wedges, which team perfectly with printed wide-leg trousers and a blazer. The buttery leather straps only get more comfortable over time.
Neutral camel tones are the perfect counterpoint to spring's vibrant prints, and we're particularly fond of head-to-toe caramel punctuated with fire-engine red, like this ensemble. Tan sandals also help elongate the leg, making them an ideal choice for wearing with everything from skirts to cropped pants.
Every woman needs a pair of black sandals that can transition from day to night, particularly when traveling. This version, featuring gleaming hardware, is detailed enough for cocktail hour and looks beautiful with print-mixed outfits like this midi dress and palm-print robe.
Multi-tone sandals with flashes of rose gold are the perfect alternative to jewelry for spring. Paired simply with a feminine floral dress and woven clutch, the result is romantic and effortless.