Sarah Flint's Perfect Block Sandal
The sandal, worn here in gold but also available in four other colors, is the ideal summer shoe for a roughly 7,239 reasons. Here, I’m wearing it with my new favorite floral frock for summer, complete with headband because…well, I’m me and sometimes bad quarantine roots happen to good people, but I digress. Sarah Flint’s Perfect block sandal is a very versatile shoe that works perfectly with dressy dresses (and pants!) of varying lengths, but somehow can also be magically dressed down with your favorite pair of shorts without skipping a beat. I love a gold moment for summer too, because it goes with legitimately everything and I really don’t think the holiday season deserves to claim all of the fun metallic accents.
Another reason to love Sarah Flint and pretty much live in her shoes, is OPTIONS. Why create a perfect shoe and just be like… finished? No, no—Sarah Flint creates the perfect shoe, and then ensures you can have it any way you want, with any outfit you want, by offering it in a variety of heel sizes, too! Here, I’m wearing the lower 30mm option, but it’s also available in 60mm and 90mm for more dressy outfits or really if you just feel like being taller today.
Flawless Summer Sandal
There are other structural smart moves happening with Sarah Flint shoes in general but especially this summer-ready sandal. Inside the genius design you’re witnessing here is an expanded toe box (no squishies, thanks!), anatomical arch support, 6mm of extra foot padding (thank you), and a functional buckle with hidden elastic so you don’t have to have an argument with your shoes to get them on. There’s really no detail that’s been overlooked.
There’s a thoughtfulness to Sarah Flint shoes that you really don’t find in your average pair. Particularly for those of us who prefer classic style, these shoes are a smart investment, because we know we can wear them (comfortably!) season after season. They’re timeless and built to last which I really appreciate as someone who has big plans for future summers that do not involve quarantines, thanks.
Thanks to Sarah Flint for partnering on this post!