Translation of espadrille in Spanish:

espadrille

alpargata, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛspəˌdrɪl//ˈɛspədrɪl//ˌɛspəˈdrɪl/

noun

  • 1

    alpargata feminine
    • As she races around town, she trips over her espadrille straps and falls into a wheelie bin.
    • Somewhat foolishly I was wearing a pair of rope espadrilles - but we made it down safely.
    • I remember that my French dream was to come here, live in a village and go down to the market in my espadrilles to buy lovely produce.
    • Time to bring back summertime's other footwear staple: espadrilles.
    • Then, collect a few play-proof details to keep you looking modern… like a forever-comfortable espadrille because it's an infinitely more fresh choice than an ordinary pair of trainers.
    • I slipped on some white hemp soled espadrilles and went down to the open-air restaurant to get some food, because I was hungry.
    • Finish the look with a touch of crochet and add as many broad belts, wooden beaded necklaces, wedge espadrilles and tooled leather handbags as you dare.
    • Try straw-coloured espadrilles or any shoe in soft caramel suede.
    • We pass three young girls, espadrilles on their feet.
    • I wanted to wear my suede boots but it was raining that day, so espadrilles it was.
    • Team your slouchy, layered outfits with wedge heeled espadrilles, because the sandals which originate from Spain and were big in the 70s are back once again.
    • Some, however, look clunkier than others, so choose a style relevant for the occasion; espadrilles are great for the beach, but they're not necessarily suitable for the office.
    • If you can find any decent espadrilles with at least a 4-inch heel, please let me know.
    • Many of Imelda's shoes are now in a museum, including the pair of simple canvas espadrilles she was wearing at the time she had to literally run from the palace to escape the revolt.