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Lauren Conrad: You can’t beat a casual sandal

Published 04/06/2015

Lauren Conrad
Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad says when it comes to shoe choices for the summer, her first port of call is the “casual sandal”.

The former reality star has made a name for herself as a fashionista over the past few years.

She has created several collections for US department store Kohl’s and has opened up about her hottest pointers on shoe choices as the weather gets warmer.

“A casual sandal is easily my go-to shoe of choice for summer,” Lauren wrote on her blog. “I love how I can easily slip them on to take a walk with my pups or kick them off for a day at the beach. Sandals are the perfect way to beat the heat while still looking chic and put together. And lucky for us, this season there are so many styles to choose from.”

The 29-year-old designer continued to list her top 10 summer shoe picks, including a $150 pair of Kate Spade sandals and a $19.99 pair from her own LC Lauren Conrad range.

Lauren also told her fans that she has a new favourite when it comes to footwear for this summer.

“While I love the functionality of good old-fashioned flip-flops, I’m also loving neutral coloured slides with a pop of unexpected colour and texture,” she continued. “You can easily wear them just about anywhere all summer long!”

The stunning star rarely looks anything but flawless when she hits the town.

And Lauren recently revealed her tips for summer make up as well.

“Right now I'm loving a red lip, but for summer I tend to go with a neutral colour like soft pink,” Lauren replied when asked to predict the most popular lip colour this summer.

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