The first pair I tried is the Marybeth laser cut cork wedge sandal ($32.99). It runs true to size and is surprisingly comfortable. They look similar to the Dolce Vita Lamont wedges ($180.) The 2.75" wedge heel is a nice, moderate height for wearing for long periods on your feet, while the laces allow for a custom fit. They also come in taupe. I'd style these with cropped trousers, midi dresses, and rompers for spring. Two thumbs up for this style!
The Roxie espadrilles run slightly small and unfortunately, I found them to be stiff. I'd probably develop blisters on the back of the heel from these, as espadrilles don't usually work well for me. They have a nice neutral color that makes them look sporty or preppy depending on how they're styled. There's a striped version as well. The verdict? I like them but they are not for me in terms of comfort.
The Angelique lace-up flats are similar to the Isabel Marant Leo flats, and I found them to run true to size. They were comfortable, with extra long laces so you can tie them up the leg if you wish. There's a zip in back, which is convenient. I love these paired with cropped black skinny jeans, ballerina skirts, or midi dresses. Like the wedges, these are another favorite from the spring dv collection.
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