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The Best of Sale: 12 Discounted Shoes You'll Wear All Summer

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Combing the sale sections this week we found one item in particular catching our eye: shoes, shoes, and more shoes. Even though it's only April, a ton of sandals and other summer styles are discounted thanks to the tail end of resort season, which hits stores in January and the sale racks just about now. It's terrific timing, as toe-baring weather is finally here and we're ready to start replacing last year's beat-up flats and blister-giving sandals.

Some of the highlights: Tabitha Simmons' embellished, suede sandals are a polished update on the easy slide, and will look lovely with everything from oversized jeans to linen dresses. Floral lace-up flats from J.Crew are equally versatile, adding a girly punch to any outfit. Jeffrey Campbell's balletic, black patent pumps are the perfect work shoe; for summer weekends, we’ll be slipping into Park Lane’s pointed-toe espadrilles. Can’t decide on just one pair? With prices this low you might as well buy them all.