Cocobelle x The Blonde Abroad: The Perfect Travel Sandal

| April 11, 2018

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About four years ago, I came across this very cheap pair of tan sandals at a market. I typically go for quality when it comes to footwear, especially when we’re talking about shoes I travel with, but I bought them on a whim. They had become my favourite pair of sandals because the style and colour went with EVERY kind of outfit. They were neutral enough to dress up or dress down, so it made packing a breeze.

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