4 Pedicure Colours and Sandals To Match

Who hasn't experienced a moment of fluster when deciding on the perfect polish for their pedicure? With the last few weeks of summer ahead, no one has time to waste on indecision, so here are the top 4 shades of summer as decided by editors and influencers alike. 

Summer is a playful season, so why not choose a colour that reflects it?
A shade as fierce as coral deserves to be embraced- which is why we recommend pairing it with a cheetah print.

This vibrant hue livens up the soft pallet of this minimal print- which has recently been considered the new neutral.

Animal print or bling? Trick question. With this elegant silhouette, you don't have to choose. 

 

Sheer pink is a universal shade that perfect crossover between sophisticated and low-maintenance. Play with its versatility by pairing it with luxe flip-flops during the day and heeled sandals for night.

 

 

For when you're feeling low-maintenance but high end. 


Pairing a sheer colour with an open-toe heel gives the illusion of an elongated leg.

 

As the trendier colour on this list, you have probably seen green shades being rocked by influencers all summer long. Although this electric shade may feel like a bold choice, its vibrancy is quite refreshing and pairs well with textured summer pieces. 

 

We're picturing how this shade would make a crisp white linen ensemble pop. 

Or, try pairing the "it girl" shade with the "it girl" sandal and a black dress for an edgy night-out look. 

 

As wedding season has become synonymous with the summer season, so has a neutral tone for the toes. If you find yourself consistently for a neutral polish, why not try iridescent off-white instead? It's a simple way to update your go-to while also playing it safe. 

 

Irresistible in iridescent. The clean lines of this sculpted heel act as the perfect stage for this shimmering polish. 

 

Highlight these dynamic hues in a multi-coloured printed slide. 

 

SHOP MORE STUNNING SANDALS >

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published