Marks and Spencer shoppers say there's "no need" to break in a pair of sandals they found online because they're already "so comfortable". The retailer's Suede Footbed Sandals are proving popular with fans, who say they "would suit most outfits."

The £45 sandals feature a comfy footbed and easy riptape fastening, and the raffia detailing on the straps adds a playful finish to the summery look. The shoes are available in black or tan, in sizes three to eight.

Marks and Spencer also stocks a range of sandals in different styles, including the Flat Open Toe Mules for £22.50 which are available in black, tan and ivory. M&S also has the Leather Ankle Strap Flatform Sandals for £45, as well as the Suede Buckle Footbed Mules for £29.50.

The Suede Footbed Sandals have a 4.7 star rating out of five, with a number of rave reviews. Among them, one person said: "Very comfortable and would suit most outfits. Would recommend."

A second wrote: "These sandals are so comfortable, a soft flexible footbed and adjustable straps. Very stylish too, great with wide leg linen trousers. Have bought in both colours."

M&S Suede Footbed Sandals
M&S Suede Footbed Sandals

A third shopper added: "I bought these sandals for a holiday in Cyprus. They are very soft, no need to break them in. I’m a firm believer if they hurt when you put them on, don’t buy them. Love love love." Another wrote: "Perfect sandals soo comfortable and stylish I love them."

However, some shoppers found the shoes "too wide". One said: "Too wide and a very strong smell of plastic and chemicals."

A number of retailers also have a variety of different style of sandals. Schuh has the tanya chunky flatform sandals in khaki for £40 and the Blowfish Malibu mirenda vegan sandals in tan for £29.99, down from £47. ASOS has the Levi's Cadys low strap sandal in black with red tab logo for £35, while Ego has the Manic printed detail peep toe flatform slider sandal in brown for £35.