FRANCES VALENTINE WILDFLOWER
WOMENS COASTAL PLATFORM
Take your beach days and boardwalk strolls to new heights! The Coastal Platform puts a fresh spin on our classic water espadrilles, featuring a quick-dry neoprene upper with a jute-textured heel and charming peep toe. With its lightweight design and comfortable footbed, it’s sure to please any time your seaside look needs a lift.
Lit up with brilliant blooms in a playful wash of colors, the Wildflower print adds a splash of vibrance to any summertime look.
final sale (no returns) not eligible for additional discount.
For best results, hand wash your espadrilles in cold water with a mild soap and let air dry. A soft brush and soap removes any marks or scuffs. Leave them in direct sunlight for 15-minutes for a quick dry!
You can machine wash your espadrilles on a cold-water setting, but do not put them in the dryer.
Items can be returned for store credit or exchanged within 30 days of the delivery date for free. We charge a $10 restocking and shipping fee for returns to the original form of payment. The item must be unused and in the same condition you received it in with tags still attached and in the original cloth shoe bags. Please note, all exchanges are subject to availability. Final Sale items cannot be returned or exchanged.
OUR STEPS TOWARDS A MORE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
RETOLD RECYCLING PARTNERSHIP
Recycle your shoes quickly and easily. The Retold Recycle Bag can hold up to 5 lbs of used textiles and shoes. Give your closet a guilt-free refresh, fulfilled by our friends at Retold Recycling.
Through Soles4Souls Opportunity program, your donated shoes will be turned into economic opportunities for women in developing countries. These women are able to create a micro-enterprise by reselling donated shoes to contribute to the growth of the local economy. Earn rewards for every donation.
our impact: THE Zero-waste sole
We’re working to reduce the footprint of our production processes by minimizing what winds up in landfills. Leftover rubber from sole manufacturing is often scrapped, but we collect and remelt the excess material to keep it in the production cycle.