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Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a good weekend. I can’t actually tell you how our weekend went yet, because I’m writing this last Friday but if all goes to plan we’ll have had a good weekend ha! I’ll update you on Wednesday. I AM in a good mood though because the last few days I have felt so much more myself, and it really is the best feeling in the world. Coming off a few months of all the crap that comes with the first trimester, it really does feel like you’ve been granted a second chance at life.
BUT we’re not here today to talk about that.
If you saw my New in for Spring at Everlane post last week, then you may have noticed that there were a lot of new sandals being released this month… and there are so many good styles to choose from!
To help you out, I thought I would do a little Everlane Sandal Comparison (stay tuned, I’ll be updating this post to include the new form sandals later this month closer to their release date).
It looks like they will be selling out pretty fast so I wanted to get this post up to you now so you can make a more informed decision, and not miss out.
Let’s start with the Day Slide Sandal. I shared a story earlier this week saying that these may be my new favorite Everlane shoes ever. Which is a pretty bold statement, but… it’s true. I really, really love these sandals.
The color is stunning – it’s definitely more of a true camel color instead of cognac so its really soft and muted.
The Leather is super soft and comfortable to wear. I had a slight break in period the first few days at the top of my toes, but it’s gone away since. I stayed true to size with these, and they fit perfectly.
I love that the strap is really wide. It gives them such a unique, modern vibe that a lot of other slide sandals don’t have. Plus it eliminates rubbing around the arch area.
I don’t find them to be slippery when I’m walking in them so they’re really easy to wear, and I’ve worn them for about five hours at a time and they stayed comfortable.
The strappy sandal is also really nice, but in a different way. I really do love these, but I will say I probably won’t get as much wear out of them.
At first I thought they were going to be hard to walk in because the straps don’t feel very secure at first “glance” because the straps are pretty thin. But I was mostly wrong. They are actually pretty comfortable, and the fact that the straps give a little keeps them from rubbing. However, they do become less comfortable after you’ve worn them a few hours. I just found my feet were getting “tired” about three hours into wearing them.
What I DO love about these is that they are a slightly dressier option while still being completely wearable. These would have actually been perfect when I worked in an office on my more casual days. They are very crisp, and add a truly modern touch to your outfit.
I like that they can be dressed up or, when worn with a dress like the slip dress I’m wearing, they can make an outfit more casual. They’re surprisingly versatile!
So while I do prefer the day slide for overall comfort and ease of wear, I really appreciate the addition of these sandals to my wardrobe because they fill a unique hole that the day slide doesn’t.
I definitely recommend both styles, but hopefully this helped you narrow down which one suits your lifestyle/wardrobe better.
And like I said above, stay tuned for later this month to see a review of the form sandals!
Which style do you like best?
If you liked this Everlane Sandal Comparison, and want to see my other Everlane reviews you can find them here.