The 13 Sandals Brands We Can't Get Enough Of

Your go-to list for sandals you can rely on.

white sandals peeking out of blue trousers
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Summer is (almost) here, which means that you're probably in the process of swapping out your winter boots for a fresh new pair of sandals as we speak. But if you're anything like me, your sandal collection might be in need of a boost. So I did a deep dive to find the best sandals brands out there so you don't have to—and shopped out the best option from each for you (and me, honestly) to shop right now, no hours-long scrolling sessions required. 

Before we get into the shopping of it all, consider first what makes a sandal worth purchasing—as well as examine the reasons why you may not already have the perfect pair in your collection. Do you need a pair of comfortable sandals so good that you can wear them for hours without painful rubbing or blisters? Consider checking out a pair from Birkenstock or Teva. Or do you just need a pair of adult-looking flip-flops to pack away on vacation? Then a pair from TKEES might be more your speed. 

Below, you'll find a list of our favorite brands that make sandals. Some of the options are high heels perfect for a warm-weather wedding, while others are the best walking sandals for hours-long treks. And, of course, there are a few options that you can wear every day in lieu of your favorite white sneakers and ankle boots. Regardless of your personal style and tastes, there's bound to be a pair on this list that you fall in love with this season. And while some of these pairs require a bit of an investment, I've also included some affordable pairs for you to browse, too. Happy shopping!

Birkenstock

Teva

Reformation

TKEES

Cult Gaia

Emme Parsons

Loeffler Randall

Ancient Greek Sandals

BY FAR

Charles & Keith

Shop-Pêche

Hereu

Larroude

Julia Marzovilla is an E-Commerce Writer at Marie Claire covering all things fashion, beauty, and entertainment. Offline, she’s most likely browsing the web for another pair of black boots or listening to music too loudly—often at the same time.