Ballet flats are a great go-to all year round, but what makes them special for spring? Lasercut flats lighten up the boring winter feel and make for the perfect sandal/flat hybrid. (Topshop, $40)
Smoking slippers are here to stay, so why not have some fun with them? How about a pair of hot pink loafers? Yes please! Hugh Hefner hasn't got a thing on these bad boys. (J. Crew, $150)
Something about a pointy-toe pump screams professionalism. We especially love these Prabal Gurung for Target pumps, mainly because of the sunny color. After all, it's good to be bright, no matter what profession you are in! (Target, $40)
These Alexander Wang sandals are the sexiest sandals out there right now. The ankle cuff really makes for a statement shoe, great for a springtime soiree. (Shopbop, $625)
Great for grocery shopping on the weekend or for walking to work, these kicks are so hot that we even saw some of these prancing around the tents at New York Fashion Week! It's rare that comfort meets style to such an extreme, but we are certainly not complaining. The wedge sneaker is our new best friend! (Urban Outfitters, $195)
This spring, it seems like comfort is a top priority for fashionistas. These macrame espadrilles can be taken from the beach to the bank and can be worn with everything from boyfriend jeans to a sundress! (Net-A-Porter, $595)
Of course we love menswear, but it's always nice when there is a feminine touch. Metallic everything will be making its way into our closets for spring, and these gold oxfords have definitely caught our eye! (ALDO, $40)
Last fall, metal cap toes made a huge name for themselves, but this season the caps are all about colors! We are lusting over these berry-toed Lanvin ballet flats, a must-have for spring! (Lanvin, $575)
You don't have to spend a fortune to be in style! Everyone from Jimmy Choo to Payless has studded sandals for spring, and we are loving these from Charlotte Russe! The best part about an inexpensive shoe is that you can get a pair in every color and not feel guilty about it! (Charlotte Russe, $33)
Once again, in the name of comfort, flats are top priority for spring fashion. Pointy-toed flats add sophistication to even the most casual ensembles. (Gap, $50)
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