Block Heel Sandal: The “It” Shoe for Spring #PaylessforStyle
Wedges aren’t going anywhere yet, but block heels are another HUGE trend this spring, and the Romeo Block Heel Sandal at Payless is perfection. It comes in Stone and Black. I got the Stone because it will be so versatile with my spring and summer wardrobe.
I styled them with baby bootcut jeans (from Stitch Fix) and a coral banded waistband top that I picked up a few years ago at a local boutique.
I accessorized with gold jewelry and carried my Twist-Lock Shoulder Bag from SheIn. If you like a bargain, this little number is only $23.
The Romeo Block Heel Sandals are actually quite comfortable. They have a 4-inch heel, but it’s stable and easy to walk on. The straps are soft and don’t cut into my feet. The buckle allows you to secure them to your foot so you can walk easily without gripping with your toes.
I wore them to church yesterday and then out to lunch. All told, I had them on for 4-5 hours, and when I got home, my feet felt fine. I could have definitely worn them longer!
These are going to be an awesome addition to my wardrobe this spring and summer. They are perfect for wearing with flares or bootcut jeans, but they also look great with ankle length skinnies as well as skirts and dresses.
Payless is currently running an Easter Sale, and their spring shoes are up to 40% off!
If you like the idea of a block heel, but you can’t do 4 inches, I love the Shelah Block Heel Sandal from their Dexflex Comfort Line, on sale for $19.99. It has a 2 inch heel, so that’s much more manageable.
And the Neptune has a 3½ inch heel on a 1 inch platform, so the heel drop is only 2½ inches, and it’s on sale for $29.99.
My Romeo Block Heel Sandals are marked down to $29.99, and they have a ton of other cute styles too. I picked up several pairs, and I’ll be partnering with Payless to share a few more spring outfits in the coming weeks.
Now be sure to visit Cyndi and see the spring outfit she’s styling today with Payless!
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