espadrille

[ UK /ɛspˈædɹɪl/ ]
NOUN
  1. a sandal with a sole made of rope or rubber and a cloth upper part
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How To Use espadrille In A Sentence

  • Try straw-coloured espadrilles or any shoe in soft caramel suede.
  • We pass three young girls, espadrilles on their feet.
  • Looking for something sturdier than espadrilles for your hols? Times, Sunday Times
  • She wore a yellow dress with a blue sweater around her shoulders, paired with espadrille wedges and a beaded necklace. Christie Brinkley's Beach Babe On The Town Ensemble: Love It Or Leave It? (PHOTOS, POLL)
  • Time to bring back summertime's other footwear staple: espadrilles.
  • Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal Stallion-stitched leather buckle For the Wild Man A little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll circa '70s Eagles, this stallion-stitched leather buckle grooves well with a similar colored belt, worn-in low-slung corduroys, a dandy printed button-down and beat-up espadrilles. Shoot From the Hip
  • Team your slouchy, layered outfits with wedge heeled espadrilles, because the sandals which originate from Spain and were big in the 70s are back once again.
  • Here are my suggestions: Dune's "Nevanna" low wedges, £55, Nicole Farhi's burlap-soled "Gladis" more of a sneaker than an espadrille, but still very cool, £130 and Burberry's buckled leather espadrilles, £250. Sensible and Stylish Summer Sandals
  • If you can find any decent espadrilles with at least a 4-inch heel, please let me know.
  • While in Argentina he came across a shoe called the alpargata , a kind of espadrille, and thought it would sell well in the United States. Doing Good by Shoeing Well
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