Loafers are quickly taking over our Pinterest and Instagram feeds right now. With the ability to take your summer outfits to the next level, they make for a perfect shoe option for hot summer days. You can easily pair them with just about anything — from tennis skirts to dad jeans to dress pants. They’re also the ideal comfy shoe option to enjoy some height, minus the dreaded pain of heels. Chunky loafers are just about the only shoe you’ll need this summer.
If you’re looking to switch up your usual sneakers and sandals of the season, this might just become your new staple shoe. Continue reading for eight chunky loafer options, ranging from classic to bold.
ASOS DESIGN Melon Chunky Loafers
It doesn’t get more classic than a black pair of loafers that’ll go with everything. These will easily become your go-to shoe for the summer. $37.
Buckle Detail Chunky Patent Faux Leather Loafer
Beige loafers are another classic option to have. These are perfect for those outfits where black shoes just aren’t quite working. $33.
Want to make a bold statement? Look no further than these fun pastel color block chunky loafers. You’ll have everyone asking where these are from. $40.
ASOS DESIGN loafers in brown jacquard monogram design
This pair’s monogram design will make you feel like you’re wearing designer shoes. Talk about class and comfort. $65.
Leather Contrast Metal Chunky Loafers
Time to put a fun spin on the classic black loafers. With the contrasting white and metal plate, you’ll achieve a futuristic vibe in no time. $30.
This cobalt blue pair is perfect for adding just the right amount of color without overpowering your look. $57.
Pariss Chunky Loafers
These black loafers feature a baby pink sole that’s equal parts subtle and adorable. They’re also available with a purple sole, for a bolder statement. $55.
Franco Sarto Carney Lugg Tassel Loafer
Last but not least, these woven loafers just about scream summer. Now you can add these to your looks if you’ve also been obsessed with the woven purse trend lately. $70.
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