Toss your boots into the back of the closet and head to the salon for a pedicure – it’s spring! If your shoe collection needs an upgrade this season, be sure to shop for these five must-have shoe styles for spring.
Boring flip flops have no place in your spring wardrobe. Instead, you should be wearing adorable jeweled thong sandals. Look for thongs embellished with tribal jewels, sparkling crystals and flirty
rosettes. Thong sandals are casual enough to be worn with shorts, but also dressy enough to wear to a party or special date.
This spring, put down your stilettos and grab a pair of wedges instead. Wedges are much more comfortable than their skinny-heeled counterparts because they distribute your weight across greater
surface area. The result: less foot and back pain without sacrificing style. For the most versatility, look for wedge sandals in neutral shades. Nude shoes are hot once again this spring. Wear them
with colorful print frocks, hot pants or even your favorite little black dress.
Peep-toe booties with cut-out details are must-haves for spring. These booties are available in every color and material imaginable, from metallic leather to exotic skins to black mesh. Look for
peep-toe booties with thick platforms and unique, architectural heels. This spring, you can really make a big statement with your shoes, so choose something a little bit eccentric and unusual.
Clogs are back in style in a big way. They are chunky, clunky and funky — but a whole lot of fun. Look for backless clogs with wooden heels in fabrics ranging distressed denim to saddle
leather. Designers from Louis Vuitton to Stuart Weitzman are putting clogs back on the shelves this spring. Wear these shoes with hippie-chic fashions from flared jeans to peasant dresses.
Colorful ballet flats
If you want one pair of closed shoes this spring, make it a pair of colorful ballerina flats. Look for ballet flats in bold bright hues, such as turquoise or fuchsia. Materials vary from supple
leather to durable canvas to sumptuous suede. You can wear ballet flats with just about anything in your closet. At the office, they can complement your favorite ruffled blouses and pencil skirts.
On the weekend, wear them with a tee and capris.