6 Shoes That Are Cool For Spring

Shoes might be the last thing on your mind right now, slippers are probably what you’re living in, like I am. However, soon we will be able to go play outside and we’ll want new shoes! By then we’ll also want to reward ourselves with something nice for making it through the pandemic. Bookmark this post so you can go back to it when we have freedom!

Whee! Got your attention with that shoe gif above huh? I know, this coronavirus is making me a little more creative! Here are the 6 shoes that I think will be fantastic for spring.

Shoes for Spring

1. Free People – Vegan Ranch Boot | 2. Aerosoles – Homerun | 3. Soludos – Walk This Way Platform Espadrille | 4. Rothy’s – Sapphire | 5. Modcloth – Joules – Splash Time Waterproof Rain Boot | 6. ASOS DESIGN – Wide Fit Language slingback ballet flats in black and nude | 7. Naturalizer – Pearl  | 8. H&M – Sandals 

Shoes - Free People Boots

Number 1

I’ve been eyeing these boots for a while, but still haven’t pulled the trigger on them. I think white is perfect for spring. These would be so cute with a long skirt.

Shoes - red flats

Number 2

Red flats. That is all. No, ok, I had a pair of flats almost exactly like this from JCrew years ago that I wore into the ground. You don’t think you’re going to wear them that much, but let me tell you, you will wear them with everything! And these are from Aerosoles so they’re sure to be comfy!

Shoes - Espadrilles

Number 3

I’m a huge fan of flat espadrilles and Soludos are some of the best. I had a pair a few summers ago and wore them out. The pink with red writing is so chic. It says “walk this way,” “roam this way,” “explore this way.” Not only will these look cute with jeans, but they will be so fun with shorts or even skirts!

Shoes - Rothys flats

Number 4

I have a pair of Rothy’s and they’re worth the money. They are comfy, they don’t pinch your toes at all, and they’re washable. I know, unbelievable! Now these shoes have gone even further and added this cute bow to them. Like number 2, these will go with most anything.

Shoes by Joules

Number 5

We all know that old saying, “April showers bring May flowers,” right? Guess you’ll be needing a good pair of rain boots. May I interest you in these? They have dogs on them! How cute is that? I also like how they’re low cut. For those of us who have calves that are on the bigger side, a low cut boot like this is a savior. I daresay you can even get away with wearing these all day if you want to!

Faux Chanel - shoes

Number 6

These are a work appropriate option for the spring. They could be a great dupe for Chanel’s. I mean they’re not dead on, but they have a feeling of it in there, with a cool front of the shoe.

Espadrille shoe

Number 7

These could be Castañers or Soludos, but these are from Naturalizer. I like that these don’t have the ribbon lace up. It is a little more pulled together and ready for work. The lace up ones tend to look a little more boho and free spirited. These will look great with navy or white pants. I have a pair of Soludos from last summer that I plan on wearing again this summer, even though they’re the lace up ones. I think these would be a good counter, though.

Number 8

Now these are a departure for me. Last summer I noticed a number of my favorite bloggers running around with these square toed sandals by Balenciaga… they’re the Balenciaga Moon Ankle Strap Sandal, for those of you with the $$$ to spare. For the rest of us, these shoes from H&M are way more reasonable. I think these are still going to go strong this summer. You should snap them up as soon as you can.

Now, I know you might not be into looking at shoes right now, but letting yourself indulge in something fun could be something fun to distract yourself. I know I need more of that right now. Let me know what you think of these choices.

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