Suntimer: An open-toed slingback with a higher chunky heel and a style that dresses up and down, making these the perfect shoes for a summer wedding or other stylish event that might require a lot of time on the feet.
So if you will be using your leather slingback purse not as a supplemental book-carrier but as your main handbag, make sure that your valuables are stowed in an interior pocket or at the very bottom of your bag.
Turquoise leather handbags are available as clutches, hobos, shoulder bags, evening bags, -- from slingback purses to briefcases, you name the style, and there is probably a teal or turquoise version available.
Huggy: Similar to a classic Birkenstock, especially if you choose the caramel color option, the Huggy is an open-toed slingback with an adjustable buckle on the ankle strap and layered top straps.
Slingbacks: The slingback Lanvin style can be worn with a slightly lower heel and in a casual fabric, for daytime glamour, or selected with a sky-high heel in an upper material like satin.
Online leather outfitters such as AmeriLeather.com have a few slingback styles that come in a decent variety of colors including: burgundy, dark green, brown, black, navy and off-white.
Whether you're carrying a mini-backpack or a slingback purse, these styles have one clear disadvantage in that most of them render you vulnerable to pick pocketing attacks.
However, with a slingback purse, almost the entire purse is accessible because the bag is not mounted on two straps and, therefore, is not securely held against you back.
Finally, if you're looking for a touch of glamour, look no further than the Dori slingback, with a fashionable peep-toed design and a choice of colors.
Elizabeth: Exuding an icy shine that is sure to capture attention, the radiant Elizabeth is a slingback heel with a three-and-one-quarter inch heel.