Channel Your Inner '90s Supe with Reformation's First Sustainable Footwear Line

The L.A.-based label's eco-friendly footwear debuts today.

Your favorite sustainable cool-girl label is now outfitting your eco-minded feet. Today, Reformation is stepping into the footwear game with its first-ever shoe line, finally allowing #Refbabes to truly dress head-to-toe in the L.A.-based brand.

Available now online, the 11-pair range comprises of effortless flats, espadrilles, and heels ($128 to $218). From the strappy Isabel sandals and the braided lace-up Porto heels (both available in red, white, and black) to three-strap Menage sandals with a comfy block heel (in white, gold, and green) and the minimalist Corsica sandals (in black, white, and gold), there's an open-toe silhouette for every summer-ready occasion. (Oh, and let's not forget the very '90s supe-inspired Caroline sandal.)

The Caroline sandal, $198

There's also the Lily espadrille in neutral, black, and red (perfect for adding a St. Tropez touch for your farmers market look) the Camille espadrille with a closed toe and higher heel for laid-back (but still fancy) fêtes, and for those who prefer to their heels closer to the ground, the Belle is a chic mule-meets-classic bow flat option in black or red.

In addition to using earth-friendly jute and chrome-free leather, the collection saves approximately 52% carbon dioxide emissions, 70% water, and 65% waste during the manufacturing process compared to most other shoes purchased in the U.S.

Into it? Take a peek at the full lookbook below, then shop Reformation's first-ever footwear collection online here.

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