A flip flop? Yes, but it’s no ordinary flip flop. For this latest edition of I Really Love My … I am going to explain once again why these leather sandals are a Summer staple and come with my on nearly every trip I go on. got my first pair life guarding when I was 15 and do not do well in water – i.e. jumping in a pool. I have tried a few styles and the double width, arch support are my favorite. They have not been in two many Fashion Friday shoots but they are well traveled and I have mentioned them many times including having to take them off for my post in Indonesia, Flying High on a Bali Swing.
The tag line of the Rainbow Sandals brand is the”World’s best made sandals since 1974.” and while that was before I was born I have been a fan for almost two decades. I have the Rainbows Sandals logo in my very first blog post (seen here) and then later that same month shared a post dedicated to my favorite flip flop sandal. This post could arguably one of the longest ever here on Sparkles and Shoes so to cut it down I have priotized and gave myself a cap of only one photo per country. Take a look with the photos listed alphabetically by country:
(seen here: Aztec Colorblock Dress in Bruges)
(seen here: Hats Off in the Old City)
(seen here: Inside the Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa in Egypt)
Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
(seen here: Tirta Empul, The Bali Water Temple)
(seen here: Twirling in Deep Green at the Duomo)
Aït Benhaddou, Morocco
(seen in: Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou)
Lake Constance, Switzerland
(seen here: Memories of Madeira)
Grand Exuma, The Bahamas
(seen here: Minimoon Highlights)
Chicago, Illinois, United States
(seen here: Asymmetrical Floral on the 100th Floor)
That is a dozen shots of my favorite sandals in a dozen countries and I could keep going and going but for now I will call it a day. See you next week as the I really love my … series continues!
Do you own a pair of rainbow sandals?