Have you found your favorite this year’s sandals that decorate your feet in summer? I asked a fashionable person to show me the summer styling using my favorite sandals. Check out the selection of 4 people with a self-shooting snap, from a supporting role that fits in any outfit to a pair that gives off a protagonist-class presence.
Colorful lace-up sandals for a nerd-style accent
Forget Me Nots(@Forgetmenots_official) Manager Shizuka Toda(@Shizuka___0911)
Mr. Toda’s favorite sandals this season are from Mista. The upper design, which looks like a colorful rope knitted, has plenty of impact! “I really like the balance between the square toe mode and the casualness of the rope body. I also like the fact that the insole can be used as a coordinated color because the insole looks flickering when worn.” Mr. Miss.
The point is that the lace-up part of the sandals is tied from the top of the track pants. By squeezing the hem of the pants, the silhouette was changed. “I want to show the combination of track pants, caps and glasses with a slightly nerd feeling to the styling that is very particular about how to wear sandals,” he said.
Sandals that snuggle up to high-impact pants
VISITFOR Staff Rina Akamatsu(@Akmtyy)
The sandals that Mr. Akamatsu chose are from Kiko Costa Dinov. The round parts on the top of the tongs are an eye-catching item. “I like the texture of the leather, the iconic pearls and the subtle heels that combine to create a seemingly sporty yet sophisticated look.” Thick straps also tighten the summer feet, which tend to be lighter, to the mode.
“Recently, I tend to be attracted to things that have a” Yankee feel. ” The pair of high-impact patterned pants, which is the axis of styling, and sandals that never quarrel and give off a strong presence. “I chose sandals because they are like“ snuggling up to these pants, ”” says Akamatsu.
Glitter sandals for a gorgeous dress
Fashion PR / SALES Shiho Yamanaka(@Chachachaaasu)
Mr. Yamanaka’s sandals are from the shoe brand “C ME”, which was created in collaboration with fashion director Miho Enomoto and a city shop. “I usually wear black shoes, but I fell in love with this pink glitter at first sight. Surprisingly, it fits in with any styling and is quite easy to walk in,” says Yamanaka. She has a cute balance of glitter with a nice mood and a sharp pointed toe.
Gorgeous with Dries Van Noten’s print dress linked to the pink of the sandals. “I like flashy dresses, so I dared to attack clothes with colors and patterns. By layering white denim there, I got a cohesive impression,” says Yamanaka.
Incorporating bohemian sandals chicly
Saki Kawamoto working at an advertising agency(@Saki_kawamoto_)
Mr. Kawamoto chose Isabel Marant’s tong sandals. The rope-shaped straps and accented raster colors create a subtle bohemian mood. “I like the ankle straps and the color that gives the point a good color. It’s not too classic and not too sporty, so it’s easy to match with summer coordination,” says Kawamoto. The balance is exquisite, with the ankle straps glancing through the front slits of the pants!
“I like matching these sandals to the Guatemalan shirt. I tried to match the leather pants and glasses to create a chic and mature atmosphere,” says Kawamoto. The open-collared shirt, which tends to be worn casually, has been upgraded with the glossiness of a gold necklace and leather pants. Incorporated stylishly.
text: Chiharu Itagaki