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5 Styles of shoes you need to complete your spring wardrobe (INFOGRAPHIC)

Every respectable woman knows that no wardrobe is complete without the perfect shoes

And just as you switch out the heavy fabrics in your closet for lighter, breezier versions when the seasons shift to warmer weather, it’s also time to swap your shoes to suit the season.

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This spring, ditch those well-worn winter boots for these five types of shoes, sure to complement any warm-weather outfit you put together.

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So now that you know what shoes you need, let’s talk about when you should wear them — because as versatile as these shoes are, they all have their own time and place.

Easy espadrilles

Espadrilles are a fantastic way to look stylish while still being super comfortable. Wear these for a lunch date, shopping trip or a day you know you’re going to be on your feet, but still want to look great.

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Day-to-night wedge

Day-to-night wedges are the perfect shoe for a busy gal with a packed-tight schedule. They’re simple enough to not look overdone for a day at the office, but they also look fab when paired with skinny jeans or a simple dress for a night on the town.

City sandal

When the weather heats up and you just can’t bear to stuff your feet into those hot boots for one more day, you’ll find that the city sandal is new BFF in footwear. They’re cool and airy, while still giving you the support you need.

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Sexy wedge

So it’s date night. You’re going to a casual place, so there’s no need to go all out — but you still want to look hot, of course. Time to pull out the sexy wedge!


You know when it’s time to pull out all the stops and dig your pumps out of the closet. The big date, the fancy dinner, the wedding you RSVP’d to six months ago. When you need to look your very best, these shoes have always got your back.

This post was sponsored by Nordstrom.

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