These Are The Most Comfortable Sandals….EVER


I wore this outfit to school pick-up the other day.  Before the East Coast was hit with the big storm, obviously.  Actually, it may have been the exact day-before-the-storm but #nobodycares #movingon.


My friend Linzi came sauntering up, eyes sparkling.  “Shana….?” she started in a sing-song voice, “are you wearing comfort shoes????”

Um.  Maybe?  #that’sAYes

So here’s the thing:  I’ve been meaning to give Eileen Fisher sandals a try for a couple of years now.  The reviews are off-the-charts glowing, and the styling is sporty, which is a direction that feels really on-point right now.  And when paired with some edgier pieces (Rag and Bone, naturally, and OMG wait until you see this gorg little bag….) anyway, the resulting outfit was totally my jam.

And those darn reviews are right about these sandals.  We’re talking the most buttery-soft leather that has ever graced my body, and a squishy, supportive sole.  They are, without any exaggeration at all, more comfortable than sneakers.  Bold words, I know.  Yet TRUE.

Outfit Details

tee: Rag and Bone Camden Longsleeve Tee, size S for reference – I love these tees.  I love how the fit is boxy, but they cling to the shoulders perfectly.  Great drape.

jeans: Rag and Bone Dre Jeans, my favs (size 24 for reference – I also chopped off that cool hem on the bottom.  #shortgirlproblems)

sandals: Eileen Fisher Sport Sandal – I bought these in ‘wheat’.  But I might be having a slight case of buyer’s remorse over the color.  The black is also pretty badass.  I can see how reviewers end up with more than one color.

baseball hat: Rag and Bone Wool & Cotton Striped Baseball hat

bag: Rag and Bone Micro Pilot Satchel (this color combo is EVERYTHING)

choker: Vanessa Mooney Tibi Choker


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Photo credit: Redfield Photography 

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