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Your Fave Sustainable Clothing Brand Now Makes Shoes!

Reformation is getting into the footwear game just in time for sandal szn

Just when I thought my bank account was safe. Beloved go-to for flirty boho summer dresses and perfectly snug high-waisted denim, Reformation, is getting into the shoe game.

On May 9, the L.A.-based sustainable clothing brand revealed a collection of summer vacay-ready sandals and espadrilles in strappy, cool-girl approved silhouettes that have me reconsidering my sneakers-with-everything-in-2019 mandate. Ref flew me and a handful of Canadian journalists out to L.A. to get a first look at the new line, and it is seriously cute.

Here’s the best part: The new footwear falls in line with the Reformation’s super high standards when it comes to sustainable and ethical manufacturing. Compared to most other shoes, Reformation says theirs save an average of 52% CO2 emissions, 70% water and 65% general waste in production.

The 11 styles start at $128 USD, and while I’m partial to the three-strap Menage sandal in emerald green, tbh, you really can’t go wrong with any of these classic styles.

Scroll through to see all the looks.

Belle Flat Black, $178 USD,

Camille Espadrille Natural, $158 USD,

Camille Espadrille Black, $158 USD,

Corsica Sandal Gold, $128 USD,

Isabelle Sandal Black, $178 USD,

Isabelle Sandal White, $178 USD,

Jeanne Sandal Black, $158 USD,

Jeanne Sandal White, $158 USD,

Kelly Sandal Black, $198 USD,

Kelly Sandal Nude, $198 USD,

Lily Espadrille Natural, $128 USD,

Lily Espadrille Black, $128 USD,

Lily Espadrille Red, $128 USD,

Menage Sandal Gold, $198 USD,

Menage Sandal White, $198 USD,

Porto Sandal Black, $218 USD,

Porto Sandal Black, $218 USD,


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