brown sandals

Brown sandals came into existence at the dawn of civilization, when humans discovered a piece of strappy leather covering the soft sole of the foot was preferable to getting thorns or rocks embedded in ones feet. They remained popular in warm climates, allowing the foot to breathe, though the Europeans would have been horrified at the sinfulness of showing toes to the world. In the past century, thanks to the melding of eastern and western influences, brown sandals have come to be acceptable summer footwear, with girly sequins and cute embellishments or boho strappy varieties showing off our tan, ensuring there are plenty to choose from so we never get bored of our favorite shoe of choice in hot weather.

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