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5 Under $50: Designer-Inspired Sandals at Spiegel

Lately, I've noticed is stepping up its game with better product shots and brand-name offerings (Kelsi Dagger, anyone?) so that you don't even have to use your imagination to recognize the potential of many of the company's high-style, low-price offerings! Here are 5 designer-inspired sandals under $50 that recently caught my eye.

1. Crisscross Sandal, $39

2. Braided Metallic Sandal, $44

3. Studded Gladiator Sandal, $35

4. Braided Slide, $49

5. Metal Ring Thong Sandal
, $34

Oooo I like #1. I wonder if they're comfortable to walk in. Have you tried them?
#1 Kellee (Homepage) on 2010-06-30 11:10 (Reply)
Nope but they remind me of some Coach sandals I saw. Timeless!
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2010-06-30 11:31 (Reply)
Ps. I should add that they look relatively comfortable because of the platform, number, width and placement of the straps :-)
#1.1.1 The Budget Babe on 2010-06-30 18:17 (Reply)
The shoes are really comfortable- i have a few pairs from Spiegel and they usually have A LOT of padding.
And Jen- they run pretty true to size so if your feet are on the wide side just order a 1/2 size up and use padding. That usually does it for me!
# Kelly on 2010-07-05 19:00 (Reply)
I agree! I am in love with the first pair of shoes. The only problem is I have wide feet. I wonder if they have a similar style anywhere that offers a wide version. They're so gorgeous!
#1.2 Jen on 2010-06-30 21:08 (Reply)
I love #3 but because I am short, I feel like that style would make me look even shorter. How would suggest wearing this and what with?
#2 Lisabeth on 2010-06-30 11:59 (Reply)
I love this style too but I'm not gonna lie, they can definitely shorten your leg line, so just wear with short shorts or minis if you can or wear these with skinny jeans or even cuffed boyfriend jeans for a hip look. Ill try to find photos to illustrate...
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2010-06-30 18:10 (Reply)
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