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Loading Gomez isn't even the first to wear the beige, head-scratching strappy sandals.
Summer sandals plus the sun and sand can make the skin on your feet super dry and flakey.
Gomez was close behind in a more understated look, featuring a millennial pink mod mini dress and red heeled sandals.
The American is today dressed in casual sportswear; a baseball cap, socks and a pair of slides sandals complete his easygoing look.
Team shower sandals shuffling across the carpet in an otherwise silent locker room. Squish.
Under an autumn blue Texas sky, thousands of people milled — past the mobile charging station, past the Wine Lounge — many shedding their sandals to walk barefoot in the grass.
The bride wore a vintage 1940s gown made of silk and lace, a gift from her brother-in-law and his wife Erika, who married earlier this year, and Tory Burch sandals.
Her nude sandals, however, added a quirky touch with their scalloped straps.
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Origin and Etymology of sandal
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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