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17 Shops to Buy Sandals and Summer Shoes in Philly

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Between the parade of cute sandals to the regular pampering from pedicures, summer is like the holiday season for feet. But they kind of deserve to be spoiled, don't they? Keep up the momentum with a new pair of summer sandals from any of these 17 Philly-area shoe shops.


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Bare Feet Shoes

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Navigate the labyrinth that is this South Street store for trendy sandals at rock bottom prices.
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Benjamin Lovell Shoes

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Want to get in on the Birkentock trend? This Philly-based mini chain, which specializes in comfort footwear, is a good place to start.
[Image credit: Benjamin Lovell Shoes]

Bus Stop Boutique

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Bus Stop stocks quality sandals you won't find elsewhere in the city, which is part of the reason why this popular Fabric Row footwear boutique was named the best shoe store in the entire country.
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Designer labels are the draw of this multi-level department store on Chestnut Street. The women's first floor shoe salon is where you can try on sandals by Studio Pollini, Jimmy Choo, and Charlotte Olympia.
[Image credit: Boyds]

Call It Spring

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House within The Gallery at Market East, Call It Spring is Aldo's younger, more affordable sibling brand.
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DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse

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This discount shoe warehouse carries footwear for the whole family, with many sandals under the $40 mark.
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Already-affordable prices combined with online coupon codes put Gap's sandals on our map. Also try the Gap Outlet store over on Chestnut.
[Image credit: Gap]

Head Start Shoes

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Expect sandals from hard-to-find European makers at this corner Rittenhouse Square boutique. Such rarity comes with a high price tag, however.
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Last Call by Neiman Marcus

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Want a pair of designer sandals at a fraction of their original price? Head to the Franklin Mills Mall to shop Neiman Marcus' discount store, Last Call.
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Lost + Found

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Head toward the back of this Old City mainstay for affordable sandals from the likes of Seychelles, Poetic License, and OTBT.
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Nordstrom Rack

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Nordstrom's off-price store, Nordstrom Rack, is home to past-season Nordstrom merch at serious discounts. The department store will open a Center City store this fall.
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South Moon Under

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Expect beach-ready men's and women's shoes from Reef, Rainbow, Steve Madden, and Dolce Vita.
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Steve Madden

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From dainty to daring, the majority of Steve Madden's trendy sandals cost less than $100.
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Always affordable, sandals at Target count on designer collabs to deliver the latest trends.
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Third Street Habit

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Women whose style skews boho-chic can shop Third Street Habit for sandals from the likes of Dolce Vita, Ancient Greek Sandals, Akis, and Isabel Marant.
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Vagabond

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This hip Old City boutique is home to sandals by Lolo Sabbia, Kelsi Dagger, and Charlotte Stone, to name a few.
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Vivi G. Shoes

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This indie shoe boutique caters to Main Line ladies with designer names, but you don't have to choose between shoes and rent to shop here. Quality sandals by Stuart Weitzman, Kate Spade, and Vivi G.'s own house label will dress your feet for summertime cocktail parties.
[Image credit: Vivi G. Shoes/Facebook]

Bare Feet Shoes

Navigate the labyrinth that is this South Street store for trendy sandals at rock bottom prices.
[Bare Feet Shoes]

Benjamin Lovell Shoes

Want to get in on the Birkentock trend? This Philly-based mini chain, which specializes in comfort footwear, is a good place to start.
[Image credit: Benjamin Lovell Shoes]

Bus Stop Boutique

Bus Stop stocks quality sandals you won't find elsewhere in the city, which is part of the reason why this popular Fabric Row footwear boutique was named the best shoe store in the entire country.
[Image credit: Bus Stop]

Boyds

Designer labels are the draw of this multi-level department store on Chestnut Street. The women's first floor shoe salon is where you can try on sandals by Studio Pollini, Jimmy Choo, and Charlotte Olympia.
[Image credit: Boyds]

Call It Spring

House within The Gallery at Market East, Call It Spring is Aldo's younger, more affordable sibling brand.
[Image credit: Call It Spring]

DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse

This discount shoe warehouse carries footwear for the whole family, with many sandals under the $40 mark.
[Image credit: DSW]

Gap

Already-affordable prices combined with online coupon codes put Gap's sandals on our map. Also try the Gap Outlet store over on Chestnut.
[Image credit: Gap]

Head Start Shoes

Expect sandals from hard-to-find European makers at this corner Rittenhouse Square boutique. Such rarity comes with a high price tag, however.
[Image credit: Head Start Shoes]

Last Call by Neiman Marcus

Want a pair of designer sandals at a fraction of their original price? Head to the Franklin Mills Mall to shop Neiman Marcus' discount store, Last Call.
[Image credit: Last Call]

Lost + Found

Head toward the back of this Old City mainstay for affordable sandals from the likes of Seychelles, Poetic License, and OTBT.
[Image credit: Lost + Found]

Nordstrom Rack

Nordstrom's off-price store, Nordstrom Rack, is home to past-season Nordstrom merch at serious discounts. The department store will open a Center City store this fall.
[Image credit: Third Street Habit]

South Moon Under

Expect beach-ready men's and women's shoes from Reef, Rainbow, Steve Madden, and Dolce Vita.
[Image credit: South Moon Under]

Steve Madden

From dainty to daring, the majority of Steve Madden's trendy sandals cost less than $100.
[Image credit: Steve Madden]

Target

Always affordable, sandals at Target count on designer collabs to deliver the latest trends.
[Image credit: Target]

Third Street Habit

Women whose style skews boho-chic can shop Third Street Habit for sandals from the likes of Dolce Vita, Ancient Greek Sandals, Akis, and Isabel Marant.
[Image credit: Third Street Habit]

Vagabond

This hip Old City boutique is home to sandals by Lolo Sabbia, Kelsi Dagger, and Charlotte Stone, to name a few.
[Image credit: Vagabond]

Vivi G. Shoes

This indie shoe boutique caters to Main Line ladies with designer names, but you don't have to choose between shoes and rent to shop here. Quality sandals by Stuart Weitzman, Kate Spade, and Vivi G.'s own house label will dress your feet for summertime cocktail parties.
[Image credit: Vivi G. Shoes/Facebook]