SANDALS BY THE SEA

PASHA SANDALS BY THE SEA

FEBRUARY 16, 2018 in fashion, posts
PASHA SANDALS BY THE SEA

I’ve never really been a beach person, perhaps it was the fact that I almost got eaten by an octopus at the age of 8, or at least that’s what I thought was going to happen haha. I also am super afraid of any creature in the sea that could eat me, so mostly afraid of sharks. Since there have been many shark sightings at the beaches near me, I normally go to lay on the beach and not venture in too far. I also am not a fan of getting sand in every crevice of my being, TMI I know. But man did I love the Little Mermaid and the sultry vibes of mermaids in general. When I wore my Pasha Sandals to the beach the other weekend, I realized they totally looked like mermaid shoes and meshed perfectly with my surroundings. Do you remember how Ariel loved everything shiny? She sure would have loved these wedges.

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These white jeweled sandals, also known as jewelry for your feet, can go with pretty much any outfit. They are the kind of sandal that you could just pack the one shoe for a vacation because you can dress them up, or down. I will say though that for long periods of walking the wedges made my feet hurt a bit, so I am sure that flats would be much better for walking. I paired these with a light weight seersucker romper by Tibi and this adorable Kate Spade Caviar bag, which was made for a seaside look.

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Pasha Sandals | Romper | Purse | Earrings | Sunglasses

This whole outfit and most especially my Pasha Sandals made me feel like I stepped out of the sea to be on land for the day. The shoes glittered wherever I walked, since the sun makes the crystals on them sparkle. I had a lot of fun prancing around Siesta Key in my jeweled and gorgeous shoes.

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Are you feeling the mermaid vibes?

*These sandals were gifted for me to review, but all opinions are by own. Photos taken by Ruthie Fonseca.