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In each, thoughtful little touches abound, from coffee and pastries left outside your door each morning to souvenir Havaiana sandals.
Their bodies still tan from summer, the models wore wooden-sole platform sandals.
Johnson, whose footwear game runs the gamut from fire-engine red boots to sultry sandals, employed the preppy staple as an elegant foil to her deceptively simple ensemble.
Calvin Klein has taken a slightly different approach, embellishing matching sandals with different details.
Kori paired her look with a small clutch of Lily of the Valley, Jimmy Choo sandals in nude, and her 'something borrowed,' a pair of antique diamond and pearl earrings Parker's mother, Kathy, loaned to her.
One person tweeted a photo of snow accumulating in a pair of sandals and atop fire ant hills.
Every person who's ever played the messiah is shaking in their gladiator sandals, TBH.
His simple black belt matches his Teva dad sandals and pulled-up socks.
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Origin and Etymology of sandal
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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