Heels are fab! We have (ahem) more than a few pairs, but flats are a must for comfort and having a few go-to pairs is a wardrobe must. We fell for this simple, striped pair of canvas and twine flats with an espadrille-style midsole (swell.com, $60), perfect for pairing with your most comfortable pair of jeans or cut-offs.
A top spring shoe trend is pointed toe flats, which perfectly mix comfort (no hobbling home after a night of standing in painful heels) and style (the pointed toe is chic and polished). We currently have our eye on this pretty pair of patent flats that come in three shades -- black, bronze and bright peach (jcrew.com, $188).
There’s something about green that just screams spring and this pair of sky high round toe pumps is no exception. We love the color, we love the stylish simplicity and we love how these shoes will easily take any neutral outfit up a few fashionable notches (frockaholics.com, $170).
Trade solid color shoes for eye-catching Aztec-inspired tribal print with these printed platform wedge sandals (neimanmarcus.com, $295). Pretty printed straps cross at the open toe for a fresh, fashion-forward footwear choice. The woven raffia wedge, wooden platform and leather ankle strap work to create a look that’s both sophisticated and spring-ready.
Nothing says spring like a bounty of blooms, which is why we couldn’t resist this fun pair of flirty, floral Mary-Janes (anthropologie.com, $148). Bold, bright and kind of like wearing a bouquet on each foot (in a good way), these heels are hot to trot for spring and summer.
Whether you’re sporting a skirt, dazzling in a dress or wearing a pair of tailored trousers, your outfit will only be enhanced by these sweet T-strap heels (urbanoutfitters.com, $50). We’re partial to the red (so cute) but they also come in black and brown. The perforated leather and slim wedge heel add to the overall appeal.
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