Holly

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Specially designed for Christmas, Holly sandals featuring a shimmering red metallic upper that is as festive as tinsel. Complement your Christmas outfit with this gorgeous shoe that will also look fantastic with a pair of jeans or plain black pants for events during the rest of the year. 

With a classic shape and comfortable block heel, Holly sandals our equally at home in a casual setting like a summer barbecue or dress it up with smart accessories and a cute frock. Not suitable for wide fits.

Similar styles available in our bolder print Amazon range - see Bird of Paradise, Rainforest  and Wildflowers and also Mrs Onassis in elegant snake print. 

Sandals as comfortable as thongs - but waaaay better looking

They're perfect for a lazy summer day but still dressy enough for drinks with the girls. You'll love how relaxed and comfortable these sandals are. Never worry about blisters again, with shoes that are as comfortable as a pair of thongs but totally stunning.

They're even dressy enough for the office if you're tired of wearing heels.

A warm weather staple, you need at least one pair of these little beauties when the sun comes out.

Special features

Holly features a cute buckle that allows you to adjust the length of the strap to get the perfect fit. And you don't need to muck around with a fiddly buckle every time you want to slide them on and off. The buckle slips over a hook, making them super easy to fasten and unfasten.

With a highly stable block heel, these sandals are super comfortable to wear and are suitable for long hours on your feet. The heel is a very modest height at just over 3cm with no platform. It  features a cushioned sole for extra comfort.

100% cruelty-free

Shoe Envy is one of Australia's leading 100% animal friendly vegan shoe brands. We don't use any leather or other animal products in the manufacture of our shoes. It really is possible to create something beautiful that lasts without harming an animal. Find out more about what drives this decision here.



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