ESPADRILLES - With their trademark breathable canvas uppers and braided rope soles, these airy sandal substitutes originated in Catalonia in the 14th century, were popularized by Greek fishermen, and later elevated by Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly. Available in many forms, from Mossimo (sold at Target) to the higher-end renditions by Hermès and Stubs & Wootton.
FLIP FLOPS (NEEDLEPOINT) - Tucker Blair
NEEDLEPOINT SHOES - By Paige
RUBBER BOOTS - Hunter
SANDALS - Jack Rogers
SLIPPERS - Stubbs & Wootton
WEEJUNS - The original penny loafer made by G.H. Bass & Company. Introduced in 1936, according to the company's website, and was based on a Norwegian shoe. Insert a penny, dime, or subway token.