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The problem with many of the best sandals for wide feet? They’re ugly, plain and simple. Just because you have wide feet doesn’t mean you want to walk around looking a hot mess.
Fortunately, that’s not the case with all sandals for wide feet. Some brands have stepped up their game for wide feet baddies, and there are a plethora of high heel sandals, flat sandals, and of course, platform sandals, all for wide feet. Take a look at some of the cute sandals for wide feet below to elevate your summer footwear this season and beyond.
The Best High Heel Sandals for Wide Feet
1. Sam Edelman Yaro Ankle Strap Sandal, $119.95 – $139.95
You can rely on Nordstrom to have some of the best high heel sandals for wide feet. You can snag these Sam Edelman Yaro Ankle Strap Sandals in this beautiful nude color, plus the wide size also comes in bronze as well.
2. Athena Strappy Sandals, $69.95
If you haven’t already heard, Fashion to Figure dropped an entire collection sandals for wide feet. These Athena Strappy Sandals have a pyramid block heel to keep you sturdy in these streets. If you can believe it, these chic kicks will only set you back $70.
3. Vince Camuto Sabrinda Sandal, $98.99
Color is sure to be huge in everyone’s wardrobe this season. Take a chance and rock these bright blue Vince Camuto Sabrinda Sandals with any of your summer ‘fits this season to make them stand out.
Nostalgia probably won’t let you pass up these Wide Fit Dakota Square Toe Block Heeled Sandals from ASOS. Not only do these chic heels only cost $40, but they’re certainly wearable with multiple summery looks.
The Best Flat Sandals for Wide Feet
5. Birkenstock Gizeh Birko-Flor Flip Flop, $99.95
Leave it to Birkenstock to get a wide fit sandal right. Those who hate heels can opt for the classic Arizona Birkenstocks or this flip-flop style. If you need a more customized fit, simply adjust the buckle on the strap.
6. Comfortview Women’s Wide Width The Evie Footbed Sandal, $35.43-$35.86
Support is a must for some people with wide feet. As the name suggest, Comfortview puts comfort first. Their Evie Footbed Sandals include cushion for both your toes and your arch. Also, how can you say no at just $35?
7. Women’s Heidi Slide Sandals, $14.99
A simple flat to get you to and fro may be the only thing not in your shoe collection. With five stars from customers at Target, these hot pink slides are just under $15 so you can save big time on summer footwear.
If you want the look of a Cher Harowitz shoe, minus the heel, look no further than these Wide Width The Alora Sandals. Priced at less than $40, you can swipe this simple but chic flat in a bunch of colors on Amazon.
The Best Platform Sandals for Wide Feet
Not every pair of sandals has to go with a dress. If you’re not ready to give up jeans, these Prestone Chunky Heeled Sandals are perfect for outfits with a sporty edge. Bonus: there are several adjustable buckles on this sandal to achieve the perfect fit.
10. Soul Naturalizer Gogo Wedge Sandals, $49.97
Who cares if you’re Cheugy and still wear wedges? Comfort and stability are necessary when you want to add a little bit of height. These wedge sandals from Soul Naturalizer are not only cute, but also have arch support with memory foam and even an antimicrobial sock lining.
11. Dream Cloud Platform Wedge Sandal, $69.95
Lizzie McGuire may be to blame, but strappy platform sandals are back. Lane Bryant offers wide feet fashionistas these Dream Cloud Platform Wedge Sandal exclusively in wide sizes and a variety of colors. It’s a classic shoe with an additional 5 millimeters of cushioned padding so it truly feels like you’re walking on a cloud.
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