Loeffler Randall Penny Bow Sandal Review: Why We Love It

Design by Michael Stillwell

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After two years of postponed nuptials and delayed receptions, 2022 promises a busy wedding season. So as you start saving those PTO days and racking up airline miles for a spring and summer full of destination celebrations, consider investing in a new pair of party shoes that can carry you from an intimate garden ceremony with the country club’s most lavish affairs: Loeffler Randall Penny Pleated Bow Pumps.

Now I’ve never seen a bow I didn’t like – so I was immediately drawn to these sandals just because of their cute pleated bow, but after wearing them to several different events I started to realize their true potential as the must-have wedding guest shoe.

Penny Knot Sandal

Loffler Randall
loefflerrandall.com

$395.00

The thicker heel makes outdoor landings more manageable because there’s no sinking into the grass, and a cushioned footbed ups the comfort factor because let’s face it: after months and months of walk around my house in slippers, my feet are not enough ready to return to sky-high stilettos.

The Penny style also comes in a number of colorways, including a soft blush tone and a fun leopard print, but I’m here to specifically advocate for the metallic platinum. Not quite silver and not quite gold, the hue seems to change depending on what else you’re wearing, so these shoes coordinate with any outfit. And, for those not interested in a 3.5 inch heel, the brand offers a number of similar styles in different heights with and without ankle straps for added support.

Now excuse me while I consider adding another very slightly different pair to my cart.

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