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A pup and a cup!
The one-time Dancing With The Stars champ was dressed down in a neutral ensemble, which included an oatmeal-colored long-sleeve crop top and off-white baggy sweatpants. She also slid on a pair of white classic Birkenstock "Arizona" sandals, which retail for $95.
Birkenstocks have been in style forever. Okay, well 247 years to be exact. Founded in 1774 by Johann Adam Birkenstock and headquartered in Neustadt (Wied), Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, the company's original purpose was to create shoes that support and contour the foot, compared to the flat soles of many shoes during that time. In 1896 the Fussbett (footbed) was created, and by 1925 Birkenstocks were sold all over Europe.
In 1966, Margot Fraser first brought Birkenstocks to America, where they eventually landed in health stores, thus becoming associated with hippies in the 1970s. In 1973, Birkenstock's most popular sandal, the Arizona, was introduced.
In the early 1990s, "Birks" enjoyed another spike in sales among high-school and college-aged Generation Xers, this was in part due to the introduction of Birkenstocks into High Fashion, most notably Kate Moss.
Birkenstocks continued to spread to Britain in the early 2000s due to headlines made by Gwyneth Paltrow, who was spotted wearing the sandal. Birkenstocks saw another comeback among teens and young adults in the early 2010s, as well as in the late 2010s, due in part to the VSCO girl trend.
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Birkenstock's Arizona Sandal retail for $95.
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Seranoma's Slip On Slide retails for $22.99.
WTW's Flat Cork Sandal retails for $21.99.