Sandals and open-toed heels

on Mar 14, 2016 @ 11:10 pm

When would it be appropriate to start wearing sandals and open toed heels? Now that spring is around the corner I'm starting to think about ditching them socks and winter boots.

19 Replies

. on Mar 14, 2016 @ 11:31 pm

Whenever it is warm enough!

. on Mar 14, 2016 @ 11:31 pm

This past weekend when it was nice, warm, and sunny, I actually wore sandals out and so did many others.

I say why not now?! Ditch those boots and let your feet see the day of light.

. on Mar 14, 2016 @ 11:38 pm

The weather is very unpredictable in my province so I usually wait until the month of May, sometimes even the beginning of June. We got snow in June one year, so it really depends on Mother Nature!

weather makes all the difference!~ on Mar 15, 2016 @ 09:07 am

I live in Newfoundland, so sometimes I am in sandals for a few days, then back to boots, then back to sandals... from about now to June I keep both options nearby and look out the window in the morning :-)

transition on Mar 15, 2016 @ 10:59 am

I like to transition from boots to flats without socks/sneakers/open toe and then to sandals. I try to keep with the weather so that I don't end up unprepared, like right now its nice and warm but it is still pretty wet, and even snow sitting in some spots so I wouldn't wear anything that exposed my foot yet.

. on Mar 15, 2016 @ 11:48 am

I wear sandals all year in the house in the winter and outside when warm enough.

. on Mar 15, 2016 @ 01:07 pm

I need a pedicure first.

Not yet on Mar 15, 2016 @ 01:33 pm

My feet are always cold! I have several all season boots (mostly booties) that I keep out during the warm months. I like wearing a mini (or ankle pants) with booties or a mini with a mid calf boot. I wouldn't pair with tall boots unless they were gladiator or some other form of tie ups or open toe with cut outs otherwise I think it looks too hooker-ish (no offense intended for people that can get away with that look).
I, too, desperately need a pedi before someone sees my toes or worse, my heels. Winter really does damage on my heels even though I use foot treatments a lot.
Like one of the other chicks said, I start the transition with bare feet in flats (no open toes) just in case the weather changes midday. Or maybe some low or cone pumps with those tiny hideaway shoe liners. I also keep shoes under my desk for quick changes if needed. I used to wear stilettos all the time but then developed plantar fascitis so I like being able to kick off my heels and trade for flats if my foot starts to hurt.
This is Canada so I try to stay prepared for quick weather changes. I remember hail storms in June. *yuck*

. on Mar 15, 2016 @ 01:37 pm

Your feet need breathing too and it makes me so happy when I can change seasonal footwear. If it is warm enough for you start wearing sandals and open toed shoes because it would definitely would bring my mood up. :)

. on Mar 15, 2016 @ 01:41 pm

I can't wait until it's warm enough here but if it's warm enough where you live I defiantly would!

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