Anna Sui And Teva Created The Perfect Ugly-Cute Sandal For Summer


I'll need one of each, thanks

Anna Sui has teamed up with Teva to present the peak adorable-ugly sandal just in time for you to hit the beach (or the streets) this summer. Sui's feminine, print-heavy aesthetic juxtaposed onto a chunky, thick-strapped sport sandal just might be enough to make an ugly-shoe convert out of anyone.

If the collection looks familiar to you, that's because it debuted on the runway at Anna Sui's Spring/Summer '19 show. "Taking cues from nature's vibrant flora and fauna," per the press release, Sui put her touch on the Indio Jewell and Flatform Universal silhouettes, now covered in "a punchy summer print from exotic snakes to colorful birds and palms." Both styles are available in two colorways: one, a combination of various pink shades with a deep teal accent, the other, deep teal-, beige-and-black.

Sui shared, "It was a great pleasure working with the Teva team and I'm so pleased with the success of this collaboration! Bringing my Teva dreams to life was so fun and I loved having the freedom of adding my signature Anna Sui flourishes to the classic sandals and platforms."

Hopefully, this won't be the last time Sui collaborates on a shoe collection. Previously, she's dabbled into sandals with her FitFlop collab, but I wouldn't mind seeing her name across something with a little toe coverage. Vans, maybe? I'm ready.

Check out the limited-edition collection, below, available to shop now via Teva.

Anna Sui x Teva, Indio Jewell in Lollipop, $275, available at Teva.

Anna Sui x Teva, Flatform Universal in Lollipop, $150, available at Teva.

Anna Sui x Teva, Indio Jewell in Deep Teal, $275, available at Teva.

Anna Sui x Teva, Flatform Universal in Deep Teal, $150, available at Teva.

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