7.22.2019

Introducing Palm Beach Sandals


As a Florida girl I love sandals.  I love sandals so much that I will wear them 9 to 10 months out of the year when I am sure I should be wearing something more appropriate, but I just love them that much.  As a child I wore sandals all of the time and, since I wasn't an athlete of any kind, wore them over tennis shoes almost 100 percent of the time.  I love a sandal and this recent trip to Palm Beach I wore the same pair of Palm Beach Sandals almost the entire trip.  I had so many inquire about my sandals so I am dedicating this entire post today to my love of PBs and why you should love them just as much as I do.



Palm Beach Sandals started their business in the 1960s and remains today the same as the first pair, all hand stitched and created just for the wearer.  The sandals are made of 100% leather and are comfortable to wear from the first time you put them on your feet.  I purchased my first pair of PBs in December when I was spending the day in Palm Beach with my friend Maria.  It was a warm day, I wasn't drinking enough water and my feet had swollen in my loafers.  I purchased a cute pair platinum sandals and immediately felt better.  We walked and walked and I did not have one issue of breaking in the sandals which can occur with other brands.  I was hooked and have been obsessed since.  There is nothing like a warm day with swollen feet to make you a believer.  These sandals are super cute, very comfy and worth your time and attention.


When I was wearing my sandals I had a lot of readers and followers confused thinking I was wearing a different brand of sandals.  Let me clarify the PBs are the original "navajo" sandal stitched in Palm Beach and worn by both Lilly Pulitzer and Jackie Kennedy.  They are made of 100% leather are stitched to order.  They are considered the "gold standard" to Florida preppies young and old and I am 100% in this category.


One of my favorite things about these fabulous sandals is the ability to customize them any way you would like.  If you don't see a color offered, you can simply create your own, with or without a monogram. I have two favorite collections, the Classic (seen in these images) and the Classic with a monogram.  I also think the Wellington is darling for fall.  I currently own the Platinum/Platinum and the pair you see in these photos which is Arbutus/White.  I have my eye on a navy and white pair with a monogram ... I think it would be a pair I would wear almost every single day.


The darling people from Palm Beach Sandals extended a coupon code for me to share with you that is good for two weeks. It will be valid today until August 5th at midnight.  Use the code PAIGE25 at checkout to activate the 25% discount.  You must try these sandals and become just as obsessed as I am. I can tell you this ... they are the most comfortable summer sandal I own.   You can shop their website and search Instagram for the #palmbeachauthentic for some darling color and style combinations.  Let me know what you chose, I can always use some inspiration!  I get to use the coupon code too, so I see a pair or two in my immediate future.  xo

Have the best Monday!!  🌞

11 comments:

  1. Paige, are these different from the Jack Rogers sandals?

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    1. Yes! They are 100% leather and I think they have zero break in time and do not hurt my heels at all when I am walking!

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  2. Jack Rogers run so narrow and are hard as a rock with no arch support—how do these differ? They are sooo cute!

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    1. These run more true to size, I do not have a narrow foot at all and they fit mine perfectly. I think they are way more comfortable and I can wear them all day in any circumstance and not have any issues. xo

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  3. I ordered a pair at least five years ago and never received. I thought the company declared bankruptcy and closed. Took forever to get a refund through Amex. Is this new management? Have heard that they are much more comfortable than Jacks!

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    1. That was a different company and yes they did declare bankruptcy and close ... this company is owned and operated by the White family and has been since the 60s. You will love these sandals. xo

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  4. Good to know that they are more comfortable than Jacks. Thanks everyone.

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  5. Legal Lioness- same here! You tube had videos of them avoiding interviews by consumer reporters as well. Is this new management? Would love to know.. I think The family name was Bonnano. Lovely strawberry blonde/red headed woman who was the wife perhaps? Nothing since then... got to be 5 years ago!!

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    1. That is a completely different company known as Stephen Bonnano Sandals and yes they were both made in the area, but this is not that company. Palm Beach Sandals is owned and operated by the White family and has nothing but great reviews! xo

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  6. Hi Paige! Thanks for this post! I did not know there was a difference between Palm Beach Sandals and Jack Rogers. I want to place an order and I'm trying to use the coupon code but it's not working. Is anyone else having a problem?

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