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The ultimate raffia shoes are weaving their way to your closet

Raise your hands if you’re looking for a stark style statement without sacrificing comfort! ‘Yes’ is the case, of course! So brace up because to complement all your laidback and midi dress looks the latest buzz in town, after jute hats and beaded bags, is the ‘Raffia shoes’. Being the new fashion favourite for all the polished-organic souls, its variety will put an absolute escapist turn in your wardrobe. Choose your newest woven fashion statement wisely or just double up your collection because raffia's comeback has no intention of slowing down - from hats to bags, and now shoes!

We’ve rounded a list of raffia shoes that scream sassy-breezy look in all possible comfort. It’s shoe time!

Carrie Forbes' Salah Raffia Mules | Buy Now

Created by Carrie Forbes, these Salah Raffia Mules in quirky pink hue will bring an eccentric look even to the most monotonous outfits and we can't overlook the fact that this gem is hand-woven using Morocco’s traditional technique which altogether brings a great addition to your summer closet. Although these peep-toe mules will work for almost any outfit be it a tonal pantsuit or about-town Tee and shorts, we will suggest pairing them with a technicolour maxi dress for a class apart bohemian vibe.

Photo credits: Moda Operandi

Cult Gaia's Liya Buckled Raffia Pumps | Buy Now

Bring a fresh, elegant spin to your airy sundresses with this distinct pair of Cult Gaia's Liya Buckled Raffia pointy-toe pumps, which is a dreamy combination of raffia's texture and statement-making design, in the most modish way possible – the pumps are enhanced with oversized tortoiseshell buckle, adjustable ankle ties, and spherical three-inch heels. To ace the pre-set tropical vibe, pair them along with a floral or satin dress.

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Gucci's Princetown Raffia Slippers |Buy Now

We are happy to tell you that we found our new footwear obsession and that is Gucci's captivating Princetown raffia slippers from the Pre-fall collection. They will steal all the attention with its sand leather trim, horsebit details, and natural coloured raffia. Moreover, the embedded heart on the insole is super cute.

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Giannico's Daphe Raffia Mules | Buy Now

We bet you haven’t seen a better combination of raffia with pointed heel shoes, it’s sophisticated yet tastefully embellished with crystal ornaments. Plus, the slip-on style makes it super comfortable. Made with authentic raffia and 100% genuine leather lining, this chic pair of mule speaks for itself. Pair them with a plain white T-shirt, denim, and a beaded jute bag, and voila! That makes for a super chic look.

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Prada's black 105 woven-raffia wedges | Buy Now

We love this pair for two more reasons – one, they are wedges and second, they are black. And from ‘two more’ we mean we absolutely love them because Prada can do no wrong when it comes to footwear. The adjustable ankle strap with a side buckle fastening brings out the aesthetic of the otherwise plain wedges, moreover, it’s made of polished raffia – not only it looks lustrous but holds durability. Team it with Prada’s wicker clutch from the same collection and this combo will make even a simple white shirt-dress look well put.

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Tabitha Simmons' Judy raffia-whipstitched suede sandals | Buy Now

It is so much fun to deck up and experiment the diverse shades of fashion and we believe Tabitha Simmons' Judy raffia-whipstitched sandals are perfect if you're looking for a fusion of versatility and playfulness. Besides evoking a summertime mood, this one will give you ancient Greek vibes! 

Photo credits: Matches Fashion

So hurry up and be the ultimate style inspiration with these lovely raffia shoes. We suggest pairing them with beaded or wicker bags to catch on the ‘organic fashion’ trend the best way!

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