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Dress up your comfort with the Poster Tulip sandal from Clarks. Beaded ornaments adorn the leather upper for an on-trend look and the footbed is a velvety, plush experience. A boost at the heel also provides maximum cushion in this all-day easy look.
From its humble beginnings in 1825 in the tiny English village of Street, Somerset, to a global company that manufactures and markets close to 35 million pairs of shoes a year, Clarks' commitment to comfort, quality, authenticity, and individual style has remained unchanged throughout the centuries.
They are beautiful to look at but size is somewhat small and therefore uncomfortable, not recommended.Published 3 months ago by DAPHNE SIEW S Y
I bought this for my mother. And I can see that she likes it. It looks pretty on my mother, and fits true to size.
I hope it can last many years.
I will wear nothing but clarks sandals, its like walking all day in your slippers. Very very comfortalble. No product can beat this onePublished 6 months ago by jaycee
I only wear Clarks, they are the most comfortable shoes to me. I own loafers, casual lace ups and boots no surprise here: these sandals are very comfortable and provide good... Read morePublished 7 months ago by KindleGerm
This is a gorgeous sandal, and my new favorite! Clarks, as usual, is a quality-made product. Now in middle age, I need a little extra support in sandals but still want a feminine... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Debbie B.
Beautiful sandals. Besides a little more padding I wouldn't change a thing. Can see me wearing them lots this summer.Published 9 months ago by N. O'Brien
Before a trip to Italy several years ago, I spent hours online researching sandals that were comfortable for walking all day long, but that didn't look terrible. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kelly O
shoes fit great. I was expecting a different color, but the shoes will be great for summer. great for dressier occasions.Published 10 months ago by Barbara Mueting