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The real question is when are espadrilles not the right move? Espadrilles eventually became a trend appreciate by footwear designers across the world, and they became a far cry from peasant shoes. Different brands have taken on various interpretations using every element. You'll now find espadrilles with laces, vibrant colors, platform shoes, tassels, slip-ons, heels, ribbons, lace details, sandals and many more.
The shoe is comfortable, lightweight and chic. Choose from open or closed-toes and dozens of other details. As a versatile option, espadrilles are for casual summer wear, but you will be surprised at how much you can dress them up in different styles. Pair them with laid-back skinny jeans and a loose T or jazz up your summer dress.
Constructing espadrille platform sandals and other styles is more complex compared to regular sandals. The jute soles are the most defining aspect of the shoes. The natural white color of jute provides a stunning look, and they are braided and formed into the silhouette of the shoe. From there, the weaved part is heat pressed to create the final shape and stitched or glued onto the sole. Often made of recycled rubber, the soles are flexible and have eco-fashion properties.
One of the other central characteristics of an espadrille is the one-piece canvas upper that’s stitched to the footbed made of braided fibers, aka the jute sole. Crafted from different materials and silhouettes, the upper of an espadrille can go from one extreme to the next.