Happy feet: 10 best flip flops

The weather forecasters are claiming that the barbecue summer is coming, so make sure that you have your footwear at the ready for when the mercury heads northwards

Brits love nothing more than getting their pins out at the first sign of sunshine and what better footwear to go with your summer wardrobe than flip flops?

There are hundreds of new styles this season, so to help you whittle down your shortlist, we have chosen the best of them for women, men and kids.

Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys

Verdict:

It’s hard to beat Havaianas when it comes to comfort and style and their new Slim Peacock style is as versatile as they come for women. Blokes and kids will find pairs they like amid the extensive range too. If you want to make a statement, try Gandys new collaboration with Liberty which come in men’s and women’s versions. For a good-value pair that will go with anything, Accessorize is a good place to start.

Buy now

1. Havaianas Slim Peacock, £24

2. Reef Fanning Flip Flop, £42

3. Animal Kids Jekyl Logo Print Flip Flops, £12

4. UGG Tasmina, £45

5. Crocs Sexi Flip, £24.99

6. Accessorize Plain Seagrass Flip-Flops, £8

7. Gandys Liberty Hera D, £30

8. Clarks Warley Cory, £29.99

9. Fat Face Men’s Bright Flip Flops, £10

10. White Stuff Eva Flip Flops, £15

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