8 Comfy & Cute Sandals You'll Love for Graduation

Congrats Class of 2018, you've finally made it through college. With exams behind you, you can almost, maybe relax for a second! Too bad in the midst of studying, looking for a job and everything else, you haven't even really thought about graduation or what you'll wear to the ceremony. No worries, though; we've got you covered. Here are eight cute (but comfortable,) pairs of sandals you can wear for commencement and the celebrations that follow.

1. The Quinn Sandal (Madewell, $128)

These sandals are perfect if you're looking for a comfortable wedge, especially if you're going to be standing on grass for a outdoor ceremony. 

2. Cross Mule Heels (Target, $27.99)

This beautiful color is perfect for spring — the question is what will these not pair perfectly with? 

3. Raquel Double Band Sandal (Francesca's, $34)

High heels aren't for everyone. These sandals are still technically heels, but, you definitely don't have to worry about tripping and falling over while you pick up your diploma.

4. Camper Strappy Sandal (Urban Outfitters, $170)

Looking for something a little edgy that won't kill your feet? Look no further than these strappy beauties with alternating colors.

5. Strappy Faux Suede Slide Sandals (Forever 21, $15.90)

A simple pop of color and so understated. These are a MUST if your dress is the main feature of the day. 

6. Vicenza Raffia Block-Heeled Sandals (Anthropologie, $138)

Can't decide between brown or white shoes? Now you don't have to. 

7. Fayla Tie Leg Plaited Flat Sandals (ASOS, $19)

Keep it casual and pretty with these trendy tie sandals that won't have your feet aching.

8. Julie Black Suede Ankle Strap Heels (Lulus, $33)

If you're thinking, "Ugh, why do I have to wear shoes at all?" then these sandals with super thin straps might be the next best thing. 

There! A simple shoe guide to help you find your perfect "I'm walking across the stage into a life of student debt" sandals. Happy graduation!

Paige recently graduated from Central Michigan University with a degree in journalism. She loves live music, coffee and hummus. When she's not reading or writing articles, she's probably fantasizing about traveling the world or laughing at her own jokes.

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