There is so much to love about owning no-fuss minimalist shoes. For one, they go with almost everything in your closet, which makes them a truly sulit buy. 

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The good news is that minimalist sandals are on-trend in 2019 (though, they never really go out of style) so you have plenty of places to shop for this no-fuss footwear.

Here are some local brands worth checking out:

1. Kees 

This local shoe label offers fuss-free nude shoes in various silhouettes, from ballet flats to thin-strapped sandals, as well as shades. With flats that are available in six different shades of neutrals, you're sure to find a flattering nude pair here. 

2. GVN The Label 

How about some chic strappy block heels that are comfy enough to be worn from the office to your after-work plans? GVN The label's leather offerings are all locally crafted from Marikina so they're built to last. 

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TRY: GVN The Label Selene, P1,450, available online

TRY: GVN The Label Addie, P1,500, available online

3. Primadonna

Primadonna puts a stylish twist to minimalist sandals. Here, you can score some suweldo-friendly pointed-toe kitten heels, leather wedges, and strappy heels. 

5. Milli Label 

Want to spice things up? This shoe label's bright-colored minimalist sandals and an all-neutral outfit will make a stylish pairing. 

TRY: Milli Label Bailey in Burnt Orange, P1,990, available online

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TRY: Milli Label Tori in Seafoam, P1,990, available online

6. Muni Muni Studio 

Minimalist sandals don't only come in leather. Why not add a tropical twist to your minimalist style with this shoe label's eco-friendly slides?  

TRY: Muni Muni Studio Rio, P1,150, available online

TRY: Muni Muni Studio Padma, P1,750, available online

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