Classic Jack Rogers Sandals Always Look Right

Classic Jack Rogers sandals for springYou just can’t go wrong with a pair of “Jacks” – classic Jack Rogers sandals, that is! Since Jackie Kennedy popularized the Palm Beach look in the 1960’s, these sandals have embodied All-American, chic style. I confess. I own three pairs, because not only are these amazingly stylish after all these years, they are the most comfortable sandals I’ve ever worn.

The classic Navajo style is available in traditional combinations like black and white, but this year, I want to spice it up a bit with an updated twist on the classic – and add a pair of Navajo’s in platinum metallic, pictured. Click to see the entire line.

And, with temperatures in the 50’s today, I feel like sandal season is just around the corner. But my toesies are sadly still in “Ugg mode!” So I’ve also chosen a few new polishes from my personal fave OPI versions in Easter egg shades that will motivate me to get started.

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