Mismatached Stacked Wooden Shape ‘Bahia’ Sandals by Jacquemus

“When I was young I was obsessed by yellow,” Rei Kawakubo’s protégé Simon Porte Jacquemus wrote on Instagram, expanding that it was even the color of his bedroom walls and that he always wore yellow at school.

Part of the French designer’s Spring ’18 ‘La Bomba’ collection, these ‘Bahia’ sandals are set on mismatched stacked wooden shapes – including one in his favorite shade. They have supple black leather straps and a gold buckle so you can adjust the fit.

Mismatached Stacked Wooden Shape ‘Bahia’ Leather Sandals, $745 at Net-A-Porter

These sandals are from the French designer's Spring '18 'La Bomba' collection Mismatached Stacked Wooden Shape 'Bahia' Leather Sandals These 'Bahia' sandals are set on mismatched stacked wooden shapes

Below are some more heels from the French designer that you can purchase at Shopbop.

‘Les Mules Gitan’ Square and Circle Heels, $534.10 at Shopbop

Oversized square and circle heels add a playful, bold aesthetic to these square-toe pumps. A wide, polka-dot strap is finished with a trimmed with a large, metal ring.

Oversized square and circle heels add a playful, bold aesthetic to these square-toe pumps

A wide, polka-dot strap is finished with a trimmed with a large, metal ring

‘Les Chaussures Boucle’ Square and Circle Heels, $747 at Shopbop

Oversized square and circle heels add a playful, bold aesthetic to these pointed-toe pumps. The wide strap is finished with a fixed, covered button and inset elastic. An oversized metal ring is trimmed with etched knots.

Oversized square and circle heels add a playful, bold aesthetic to these pointed-toe pumps

The wide strap is finished with a fixed, covered button and inset elastic

‘Les Rond Carre’ Sandals, $495 at Shopbop

Stand out from the crowd with the bold style of these Jacquemus sandals!

Stand out from the crowd with the bold style of these Jacquemus sandals

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