It’s officially time to commence your spring fashion wardrobe overhaul and why not start from the bottom up with a pair or 10 of fabulously on-trend spring shoes? These four shoe trends are daring enough to kick up any look but accessible for even a fashion novice because they can easily pair with basics. Score these and other designer shoes with Cash Back at Ebates and keep an eye out for spring fashion coupons to get an even bigger bang for your buck on runway-inspired looks and accessories.
This is one shoe trend you cannot miss. Lace-up flats, pumps and sandals give you the flirty ballerina vibe with some added structure for edge. These Nine West flats in a creamy neutral can pair with printed dresses and jeans alike.
Go with a print and an accented heel for a really bold statement, topped off with those delicate laces. These spotted flats are perfect for liquid leggings by night, tailored slacks by day.
Block heels are a big part of the larger 70s retro fashion trend, but don’t be fooled by their perceived heaviness. Styles like this slingback boot use cut-outs and peep toes to stay on the spring style tip.
A solid bright pair like these Style & Co. sandals will give you plenty of mileage and can easily wear for both casual and work outfits.
Because block heels are large and in-charge, they are the perfect vehicle for embellishment to create a small yet bold accent. These Miu Miu sandals look fabulous with a sleek black jumpsuit.
Spectrum colors in both straight-up rainbow arrangements and popping prints are taking over the spring shoe market. These suede peep-toe booties will certainly turn heads.
A daring play on spring florals, these abstract-print pumps are fruity and flirty. Easily pair with cuffed jeans or a white tank dress.
These art-deco flats feature a strong dose of spectrum color but their allure comes from graphic stripes and a fashion-forward structure.
Sleek and Sporty
Oxfords and loafers with a sporty heel are an easy way to make an instant statement. These pastel oxfords feature a slight platform and wedge that would easily complement a midi pencil skirt for a nod to 90s style.
Add some swing to your step with these menswear-inspired creepers. The key with a chunky shoe is to stick with a slim leg silhouette like a fitted skirt or skinny jeans.
These perfectly perforated oxfords have the look of a running shoe with some sophisticated touches thrown in to create a daring daytime look.
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