Toe ring or toe loop sandals are a summer-worthy footwear trend to complete your easy breezy sunny day OOTD.
Love giving your toes some love in the sun wearing gladiator sandals? You may just like this one if you do! Aside from the dramatic tall gladiator sandals that took the footwear scene of street style fashion bloggers by storm seasons back, this gladiator sandal variety is very low-key as it’s designed to surround your foot up until the ankle region. The genuine leather sandals with toe ring handcrafted by Athens-based Savopoulos Shoes showcase this toe loop trend in a unique design that will appeal to those who love having their toes free and in focus.
What’s eye-catching about the toe ring sandal style is the way the two leather straps run across the foot diagonally or at an angle. This particular design looks very forgiving on many foot shapes and especially if you want to put your best foot out in a summer sandal style that is unforgettable.
Savopoulos’s toe loop sandals come in a variety of color options. You may opt for a one color palette or a combination of two. The sandals are made with utmost care and attention to detail.
Genuine leather is used for the leather straps and insole which comes from the island of Crete that is famous for leather with superior quality and uniqueness. These sandal soles have anti-slip qualities and will hold their shape.
Enjoy looking through these beauties!
Black Toe Ring Gladiator Sandals
Natural Brown Toe Ring Gladiator Sandals
Rose Gold Toe Ring Gladiator Sandals
Would you wear the toe loop sandal trend for the summer? Which pair is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!
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