It's officially sandal season, and if your office dress code allows it, there's no time like the present to stock up on a few pairs to wear to work from now through September. And since workdays are anything but short, we're well aware that comfort is of the utmost importance when it comes to office-appropriate sandals.
To lead you to your summer sandal nirvana, we found 20 pairs that are polished, stylish (obviously), and of course comfortable, thanks to wonderful foot-friendly features such as sturdy straps, cushioned insoles, and low block heels. With prices starting at just $30, we're quite confident that among these 20 sandals are the exact pair (or pairs, if you're so inclined) that might even make you look forward to going to work this summer. Because there's nothing that spells motivation to get out of bed on a Monday morning quite like a new pair of shoes to show off, am I right?
Read on to shop 20 pairs of comfortable work sandals to wear on repeat all summer long.
Matte gold buttons add a luxe touch.
Let the rose-gold hue speak for itself.
Basic outfit? Add a little kick with these.
Swap out your favorite loafers for something that lets your feet breathe.
These minimal slides would be so chic with a black dress.
One of our favorite sandals of the year just got a denim update.
Everlane's newest shoe release features a supportive contoured footbed.
We're not surprised that these wear-with-anything sandals are J.Crew best sellers.
Meet the rare sandals that are just as appropriate for work as they are on vacation.
This color is so good.
Dr. Scholl's is pretty much the holy grail of comfortable sandals.
Hello, dream sandals.
You wouldn't think these would be flattering, but they definitely are.
Prepare to reach for these classics year after year.
We recommend pairing these with cropped, high-waisted white pants.
You'll get so many wears out of these $35 shoes.
Stuart Weitzman decided to turn its ultra-popular Nudist heels into flats (and successfully, in our opinion).
Some non-"granola" molded footbed sandals? Sold.
Can't decide which shoes to wear? Try these—they go with pretty much anything.