29 Under-$100 Sandals to Wear With Your Most Comfortable Jeans This Season

Who What Wear Sandals



Whether you’re sticking with your beloved jeans during this time, living in loungewear, or anything else really, it never hurts to add stylish sandals to your arsenal. They can give you a feeling of “getting dressed” at home, step up your walk-around-the-block game, or, of course, be set aside for later (and hopefully not-too-distant) times when we’ll all be throwing on those spring and summer outfits we’ve been patiently waiting to debut.  

The best part is that the sandals I’m highlighting today are not only designed by your friends here at Who What Wear, but they’re all under $100, too. From flat styles to strappy heels and everything in between, below you’ll find a whopping 29 pairs that will not only go with everything you own but are guaranteed to rake in countless compliments, too. To get started shopping (or bookmarking), just keep scrolling.


I know you were eyeing these on our editor, Judith, above.

Simple slides that will go with everything.

Everyone needs a pair of black, strappy sandals.

This is a fun spin on the typical sporty sandals.

I love buying shoes in silver because of how easy to style the metallic is.

I'm eyeing these in black but have the other three color options on my wish list, too.


I love the way blue shoes look with blue jeans.

These "naked" sandals will make your legs look a mile long.

Embossing makes everything better.

I love pairing nude mules with cropped jeans.


I know this story is about shoes to pair with jeans, but I feel the need to mention how good these will look with midi dresses.

I can just tell these are so comfortable.

Thong heels just might be my favorite shoe trend right now.

Fun shoes that still go with anything.

I think these speak for themselves.


Echoing what I mentioned about silver sandals earlier, these will go with anything you own.

Animal print is basically a neutral at this point.


We saw wedges bubble up last summer, and I think their momentum will continue this year.