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There are so many cute shoes that you can wear during the spring, from sneakers to sandals to block heel sandals. Here are a few of my go-to shoes for spring.

Shoes for spring are so fun because with weather changing everyday, you can wear a variety of styles of shoes, both open and close toed, depending on the day!

I typically cycle through a few pairs of go-to shoes for every season. Now that the weather is starting to warm up, here are a few current favorite shoes for spring.

This roundup has a mix of both classic and trendy shoes. I’ve had some of them for years, and others I picked up this year!

Some Favorite Shoes for Spring

1. Sorel Waterproof sneakers, I just purchased these sneakers and styled them in this post, and they’ve become an instant favorite! I love the bright colors (although they also have neutral colorways), and their supportive and comfortable. They’re a great sneaker for these rainy spring days we’re having so often right now.

2. Woven brown ballet flats. Ballet flats are a huge trend right now, but I honestly struggle with most of them. They feel too little girl-ish, or too close to a literal dance ballet flat. I found this pair from Madewell in black with rhinestones over the holidays, and when they released them in a woven pattern, I knew I had to have them. They’re fun and interesting and are surprisingly comfortable!

3. Adidas Sambas Sneakers. These are the most popular shoe trend right now, and it took me a while to come around to them, but once I tried them, I actually ended up really liking them. I’m now on the hunt for a fun colorful pair – there are so many options out there! I did a styling session with these sneakers HERE.

4. Neutral Ankle Strap Block Heel Pumps. I bought these shoes last year from J.Crew factory, and this exact pair is sadly no longer available. But they’ve become one of my most worn pairs of shoes when I’m looking for something dressy but still comfortable and neutral. I found a few similar pairs HERE, HERE, and HERE.

5. Boden Embellished Double Strap Sandal. I’ve never been a big fan of birkenstock sandals, but these ones were an instant winner for me. The embellishments feel feminine and pretty, and the raffia material is so fresh for spring. These are great with dresses and jeans and skirts for a warm spring day, and will go well into summer!

6. Tan Chelsea boots. If your spring weather is still very cold, a pair of tan ankle boots is as great choice for wearing with pants and dresses, and feels a little less heavy if you’re wearing spring colors. These tan boots are the lighter version of THE Chelsea boots that I’ve worn and loved for years. They’re very comfortable, and great for everyday and lots of walking. I styled them in this blog post!

BONUS 7. Lugsole loafer. This pair of Madewell loafers has been one of my go-tos for the last few years. They’re easy to dress up or down, wear to church or work or for everyday, and they’re a great way to make any outfit feel elevated. Unfortunately they’re sold out in lots of sizes, so I didn’t include in my picture or reel on instagram, but if they’re available in your size, please get them!  If you can’t find your size, these are similar ones HERE, HERE, and HERE.

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My Favorite Shoes for Spring

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There are so many cute shoes that you can wear during the spring, from sneakers to sandals to block heel sandals. Here are a few of my go-to shoes for spring.

 

Shoes for spring are so fun because with weather changing everyday, you can wear a variety of styles of shoes, both open and close toed, depending on the day!

I typically cycle through a few pairs of go-to shoes for every season. Now that the weather is starting to warm up, here are a few current favorite shoes for spring.

This roundup has a mix of both classic and trendy shoes. I’ve had some of them for years, and others I picked up this year!

 

Some Favorite Shoes for Spring

1. Sorel Waterproof sneakers, I just purchased these sneakers and styled them in this post, and they’ve become an instant favorite! I love the bright colors (although they also have neutral colorways), and their supportive and comfortable. They’re a great sneaker for these rainy spring days we’re having so often right now.

2. Woven brown ballet flats. Ballet flats are a huge trend right now, but I honestly struggle with most of them. They feel too little girl-ish, or too close to a literal dance ballet flat. I found this pair from Madewell in black with rhinestones over the holidays, and when they released them in a woven pattern, I knew I had to have them. They’re fun and interesting and are surprisingly comfortable!

3. Adidas Sambas Sneakers. These are the most popular shoe trend right now, and it took me a while to come around to them, but once I tried them, I actually ended up really liking them. I’m now on the hunt for a fun colorful pair – there are so many options out there! I did a styling session with these sneakers HERE.

4. Neutral Ankle Strap Block Heel Pumps. I bought these shoes last year from J.Crew factory, and this exact pair is sadly no longer available. But they’ve become one of my most worn pairs of shoes when I’m looking for something dressy but still comfortable and neutral. I found a few similar pairs HERE, HERE, and HERE.

5. Boden Embellished Double Strap Sandal. I’ve never been a big fan of birkenstock sandals, but these ones were an instant winner for me. The embellishments feel feminine and pretty, and the raffia material is so fresh for spring. These are great with dresses and jeans and skirts for a warm spring day, and will go well into summer!

6. Tan Chelsea boots. If your spring weather is still very cold, a pair of tan ankle boots is as great choice for wearing with pants and dresses, and feels a little less heavy if you’re wearing spring colors. These tan boots are the lighter version of THE Chelsea boots that I’ve worn and loved for years. They’re very comfortable, and great for everyday and lots of walking. I styled them in this blog post! They’re suddenly mostly sold out, so I’m linking two similar pairs HERE and HERE.

BONUS 7. Lugsole loafer. This pair of Madewell loafers has been one of my go-tos for the last few years. They’re easy to dress up or down, wear to church or work or for everyday, and they’re a great way to make any outfit feel elevated. Unfortunately they’re sold out in lots of sizes, so I didn’t include in my picture or reel on instagram, but if they’re available in your size, please get them!  If you can’t find your size, these are similar ones HERE, HERE, and HERE.

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Cuphead says:

    Is there a jeans choice for someone with a pear-shaped body like me? I have a hard time choosing an outfit.

  2. flappy bird says:

    These trends are very popular with girls who love youthful simplicity.

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