These Chic Sandals Look Like They're Made From Antique Furniture
You might see a similar pattern on your grandma's vintage home pieces.
(SPOT.ph) We're just inches away from entering 2020 and you're probably already thinking about new ways to revamp your wardrobe and shoe rack for the New Year. A great way to start is by shopping more homegrown brands with unique pieces you won't see anywhere else. Here's where you can start: we recently spotted a chic pair of shoes made with a distinctly local feel that you'll want to add to your collection ASAP. Feast your eyes on these rattan sandals from INNÉ!
These gorgeous slip-ons feature a material known as solihiya, which refers to thin strands of rattan woven into sunburst patterns—the word itself is derived from the Spanish word "sol," which means "sun." At first glance, these pairs might remind you of your grandma's antique rattan furniture—each pair sporting a distinctly vintage and local aesthetic. The solihiya material comes in several variations including flat sandals, heels, double-strapped slides, and more. The pairs feature the same handwoven rattan pattern with either a black, white, or tan leather base. They'll pair well with flowy boho ensembles and chic linen pieces. We're obsessed!
Check out some of the styles you can shop:
INNÉ's Solihiya Sandals are available online and at The Stride Collective in 23 E. Santos, Marikina City.
For more information, log on to INNÉ's Instagram page.