How to Wear Teva Sandals 5 Ways
Today’s “Week of Outfits” is a little different because while my toe is still recovering, I have worn nothing but my Tevas. I figured it was the perfect opportunity to show how I style them given it’s the only footwear I’ve worn for the last two weeks. And I know it’s a bit of a polarizing sandal choice, people really love them or hate them. I got this pair last summer and I have zero regrets. They are so comfortable and practical, especially for running around after a toddler. For my day-to-day wardrobe they’re great and they make a phenomenal bike to the beach sandal too!
How To Wear Teva Sandals
These Madewell high waist vintage jeans get better with every wear. Perfect for a rainy summer day with this cotton breton.
Outfit details: Madewell jeans, Saint James Meridien (I’m wearing an older version of this style size XL), Teva sandals
with denim shorts
I wear this combo a lot. I’m really glad I got these denim shorts in a bigger size. They’re much more comfortable. This tee was the first color I got from Sezane and what sold me on their organic cotton tees. I’ve had this one for years. It’s has a big oil stain on it but luckily I can tuck it in so you can’t see.
Outfits details: AGOLDE Dee Shorts, Sezane Conrad Tee (now comes with free embroidery)!
With Biker Shorts
I got this pair of biker shorts last summer on sale. They’re so great for gardening and doing housework especially when it’s hot.
Outfit details: Biker Shorts, Mate the Label Sweatshirt (old style)
With a dress
I love this midi dress from Madewell. It’s so comfortable, lightweight and easy. I have worn this one on repeat. Even better that I can just throw it in the washing machine.
Outfit details: Madewell dress, Brixton Joanna Hat
With white pants
I wear this combo a lot.
Outfit details: Sezane Leontin Jumper (more info here), Anthropologie Pants -old (similar here)
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Love the styling. And Teva’s are great with kids. I never have any regrets with such sandals, especially running around after little ones. Question, though. I would love to get a Sezane jumper. I am typically a medium. Is there a size you would recommend? Do they run big? Small? Have a wonderful day.
I just bought a pair of Tevas for Marin they seem like the perfect sandal for toddlers. So for Sezane the jumper I’m wearing in this photo, I would say runs small-ish. I have a medium, and it’s a little oversized but the sizing is a bit cropped, so sizing up a lot doesn’t give you a lot of length with the sweater. But every style is different. Some run true to size/small. Their sizing descriptions are usually fairly accurate.
Great post! 🙂
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