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How to rock flat footwear this spring

Amanda Rodriguez

Now that spring is rolling in (seriously, spring, I mean it, you really need to buck up and tell winter to get to steppin’; you’re the boss of this part of the calendar, time to own it!), I’m really excited to beef up my footwear wardrobe with some of the cute, comfy and budget-friendly options out there.

Recently flats have made quite the impact in women’s fashion. Designers have really invested in building out their flat footwear styles meaning that there are so many stylish, adorable options at all price points.

Here are three ways you can work stylish flat footwear into your spring style: 

1. Opt for an elegant flat

And by elegance I mostly just mean sparkle. It dresses up all things. I used to think I wasn’t really fancy unless I was wearing heels, sky-high ones preferably. Thankfully, those days are gone and I can easily find more elegant flats to round out my dressier looks. They are perfect for in the office and even for a night out after.

2. Go with a wedge

Rocking a wedge can add a little height to your look and stretch out your legs nicely, but they are also generally more versatile and comfortable than a true heel. I wear wedges with all of the things: shorts, pants, skirts, dresses, swimsuits. Kidding, I never wear swimsuits, but if I did, I’m sure wedges would go with them perfectly. These UGG Australia wedges would probably look amazing with a swimsuit and regular clothes. Really great with regular clothes. Thankfully.

Image: Nordstrom

3. Get sneaky

Sneakers are flat too! And I’m not talking about your gym teacher’s sneakers. I’m talking sparkly, funky, edgy sneakers that can make you look hip without the pain of uncomfortable shoes. No need to hobble yourself with high heels when there are plenty of flats that allow you to look pulled together and chic.

Disclosure: This post is part of a collaboration between Nordstrom, UGG Australia and SheKnows.

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