Slip your foot into a vintage flat, heel or wedge sandal for a refreshing take on summer shoes. Starting in the 1920s, sandals were casual shoes with cut outs and perforations to let air into the shoe. The cutouts grew bigger and moved onto nice heels in the 1930s. The 1940s saw the peep toe open up the shoe even more. By the 1950s sandals were just a few wide straps and by the 1960s down to the one strap or flip flop style we love to wear today.
Vintage style sandals embrace lots of straps both in flats or heels. It is what sets them apart from modern sandals. Shop these vintage style sandals spanning all your favorite retro decades:
Vintage Style Sandals