12 Pitch-Perfect Espadrilles To Kick Off Your Holiday Weekend

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    Come on now, don’t be a flip-flopper. Because when it comes to summer footwear, we are 100% committed to the espadrille. Be it patterned or plain, platformed or flat, the jute-soled, braided shoe is the perfect wear-with-all that can escort you from the beach boardwalk to dinner with your beau's parents without a hitch. Click on through for 12 gorgeous pairs we're currently lusting over. Ropes away!

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