The Block Heel Sandal by Kate Kaschenbach

Updated: Aug 29, 2019

I have to admit, I was a little wary of the block heel — especially the block heel sandal. I started seeing this style all around, and I thought, how would I incorporate this into my wardrobe? As I got more accustomed to the style, and started finding ways it would work, now I’m kind of in love. They are a sandal that looks equally good with a dress as they do with jeans.

For any of you feeling the same way I did, I went to Pinterest to find some examples of block heels being worn with pants, a skirt and an pair of distressed skinny jeans (above).

I think one of the easiest ways to wear them will be with a flare leg jean or pant, where you want some height and substance. Although I am so excited about the flare leg jean coming back (yay!), I feel like I have to wear a heel with them (boo!) — and this mama likes flats lately. But this sturdy block heel would definitely be comfortable and look so great with a flare.

And speaking of flats, I am also thankful to have found some block heel sandals in a variety of heel heights! Have no fear buying a sandal in August, this style is so new it will be around for a while. AND some of the darker color sandals can totally transition into fall with denim.

Below are some block heel sandals of all heel heights and price ranges — all on sale of course!

Happy shopping!




~ Kate Kaschenbach, Fashion blogger of, personal shopper and stylist, Founder/CEO of KK Designs LLC accessories line.


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