Chanel Espadrilles

Though the espadrille shoe dates all the way back to the 14th century, Chanel did not debut its own pair until Spring/Summer 2013. Inspired by Coco’s iconic two-tone slingbacks, Karl Lagerfeld crafted them out of light pastel canvas (stitched with the ‘CC’ logo, of course) and a contrasting gold toe cap. In true Lagerfeld form, he continued to re-imagine the Chanel Espadrilles, releasing them in a variety of colors and materials over the years. 

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With options including quilted lambskin, sequin embellishments, metallics, distressed denim, and broderie anglaise, Chanel’s Espadrilles are suitable for more than just beachwear and the French Riviera. As seen on the many celebrities that wear them (to name just a few: Kendall Jenner, Jessica Biel, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Gisele Bündchen, and Emma Roberts), they can also be styled with couture and for the city. 

The Chanel Canvas Espadrilles (the most basic and popular variation) start around $580, but more extravagant, limited edition styles are priced as high as $730. Want to score this A-lister look for less? Shop our collection of Chanel Shoes, which regularly includes its espadrilles. Just be sure to add them to your cart quickly. Our pre-owned Chanel Espadrilles sell especially fast during the summer months!