These Seychelles sandals are $79.95. They appear to come in pewter, white, brown, nude, black, and yellow.
Mossimo Supply Co. sandals are $17.99 at Target. Looks like they come in gold, silver, and black.
Aside from the color differences- and the fact the the Target shoes are faux while the Seychelles are real leather, they look exactly the same to me. And for a pair of shoes I will wear/love/need for 1 season, max, I would go with the cheaper pair.
Charles by Charles David sandals for $64.95. They come in silver, gold, and black metallic.
Xhilaration at Target and are $17.99.
I actually think the Target shoes look nicer; bright metallics, like that of the Charles David sandal, tend to look a little cheap no matter what they cost, and the Target shoes' color is more subtle.
Jack Rogers Navajo sandal. It's $96.00 and comes in 6 colors.
Merona Whipstich sandal at Target. It's $19.99 and comes in 3 colors.
It's quite obviously the same shoe, right down to the small stacked heel. My preference? Target wins again; this is a casual knock around shoe. I'll save my money for nice pumps, not blow it on a one-trick
The lesson, kids? Check Target or other discount stores for styles you like before shelling out the moolah for nice summer shoes that get trashed after one season.