Shop sandals half off in Macy’s Black Friday in July sale

Ari Bines

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As a self-proclaimed shoe lover, I know a good shoe sale when I see one. And yes, it is the Macy’s Black Friday in July shoe sale to which I am referring, so I’m all eyes and ears and tuned in for this sale.

A good shoe sale, at least for me, is one that offers a certain percentage off. For the Macy’s Black Friday in July shoe sale, shoppers are getting a definite 50 percent off on sandals — and even some Sperry shoes. But as you know, all good things never last for very long, and the sale ends on July 13, along with a ton of other stuff in the general Macy’s Black Friday in July sale.

When shopping online, good shoe sales can be some of the hardest to come by. And as a former shoe salesperson, myself, I know how quickly sizes can go. But lucky for you, there are still hundreds of styles in plenty of sizes to get you through summer.

You’ll find plenty of designer brands included in the sale like Calvin Klein, Circus by Sam Edelman and even Vince Camuto. But you better believe go-to brands are also in the sale. The popular brand, Toms, carries these cute Slingback Espadrille Wedges for now under $50. Plus, you can snag these flat White Mountain Footbed Sandals for under $30 if you’re really trying to save on new summer footwear.

Whatever your sandal summer vibe is, here’s a list of sandals to jumpstart finding your shoe style.

Shop: Vince Camuto Women’s Maaza Wedge Sandals, $49.50, (Orig. $99)

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Credit: Macy’s

Shop: Franco Sarto Jackson Sport Sandals, $53.99 (Orig. $109)

Macy’s
Macy’s

Shop: Toms Monica Slingback Espadrille Wedges, $44.50 (Orig. $89)

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Credit: Macy’s

Shop: Marc Fisher Fayme Flatform Sandals, $42.50 (Orig. $85)

Credit: Macy’s
Credit: Macy’s

Shop: Circus by Sam Edelman Women’s Canyon Medallion Flat Sandals, $29.50 (Orig. $59)

Credit: Macy’s
Credit: Macy’s

Shop: White Mountain Women’s Harley Footbed Sandals, $29.50 (Orig. $59)

Credit: Macy’s
Credit: Macy’s

Shop: Calvin Klein Women’s Daria Dress Sandals, Created For Macy’s, $109 (Orig. $54.50) 

Credit: Macy’s
Credit: Macy’s

Shop: Bzees Desire Slides, $34.50 (Orig. $69)

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Macy’s

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