First everyone fell in love with their floral dresses, then their denim, and now, Reformation is launching its first-ever shoe collection—and you’re going to want every pair for summer.
From barely-there lace-up sandals to block heel mules and espadrilles, the brand’s foray into footwear is filled with all the sandals on your wish-list this season. Ref’s debut shoe collection includes 11 styles ranging from US$128 to US$218 (or approx. S$170 to S$300) in price. There are some ’90s-esque styles like heeled thong sandals and this season’s naked sandal trend along with classic summer staples like espadrille wedges.
And much like Reformation’s apparel, its shoes are sustainable too. The designs are all made with eco-friendly materials like chrome-free leather and jute—meaning compared to most shoes bought in the U.S., they save an average of 52 per cent CO2 emissions, 70 per cent water, and 65 per cent waste. So if you’re looking for a sustainable shoe alternative to replace your fast fashion habit, this is it without breaking the bank.
Reformation revealed shoes have been its number one requested item amongst customers—but footwear isn’t the only new product offering its launched this season. Earlier this spring, the eco-conscious brand launched a permanent collection of extended curve sizes ranging from sizes 1x to 3x and 14 to 24. And just before that, it introduced its first collection of (semi) sustainable swimwear including bikinis and one-piece swimsuits.
Consider it the summer of Reformation.
This article first appeared on ELLE.