There are two times of the year when our wardrobes change significantly. Come winter, we put on the layers, seek out insulating materials, and look for footwear that’s waterproof, or provides some kind of barrier against damp, slushy conditions. Summer, predictably, goes in reverse. Whether you’re off to the office or headed to the beach, you look to wear as little as possible, within reason and accepted dress codes. For the pieces you don, footwear included, fabrics are light, breathable, and even moisture controlling, or more skin is exposed. Short sleeves and lightweight trainers replace your button-downs and lace-up oxfords. If you can, you’d even sport a tank top, chino shorts, and sandals that let your toes and heel breathe.