The best of Toms summer styles

Chambray Women's Floral Cork Platform Wedges

Get ready for summer on the beach, in the city, or at the cottage with our picks for the best of Toms–from shoes, to shades and bags. Dress up your beachwear, or go casual, with highlights from Toms’ latest spring and summer lineup.

Featuring florals and pastels, cork and canvas, clean lines and tassels, Toms has summer fashion that is fun and comfortable, and it comes in a range of prints and colours to suit any wardrobe. Best of all, shopping with Toms supports their one-for-one initiative that gives back to children and mothers in need. If you buy shoes from Toms, the company gives a new pair of shoes to children in need; eyewear purchases provides sight to people in need; and for every bag you buy, Toms helps a mother have a safe birth.


From the women’s summer collection, take a look at the classy but fun Chambray Floral Cork Platform Wedges ($95), featuring a 2 1/2 inch heel. For comfort and lounging on the beach, check out the easy wearing Grey Tribal Palmera Slip-Ons ($70), or add a dash of colour with Dahlia Purple Canvas Classics ($55) which features the classic suede insole.

Before going on your next getaway, or heading for brunch, add a simple touch of style with the Florentine Matte Grey Traveler sunglasses ($98), or the fun and fresh Scarlet Multi Cross Stitch Mix Tassel Venice Crossbody bag ($75). Or, take it all with you on the road and support a great cause with the Natural You’ll Be Amazed Transport Tote ($64).


For the guys, get serious with the gorgeous and stylish Suede Men’s Chukka Boots ($115), or go casual with the slip-on Military Olive Canvas Men’s Classics ($55).

Before you step outside, strap on a pair of slick Maverick 301 Yellow Gold Mirror sunglasses ($139), and then grab a book and toss it in the versatile and street-ready Navy Utility Canvas Trekker Backpack ($86).

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