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Spring Shoes for a Closet Update

Butterfly Sandal with Stiletto Heel

Are you ready? It’s time to think spring… shoes, that is! Yay.

Looking out my window right now at all the snow, it’s hard to believe spring officially starts in just a few days. Fortunately though, it will, and with it warmer weather (soon, I hope!). And right after a cold season, it’s especially fun to show off your shoes, try some new trends and do some style mixing!

Since we all know shoes can make (or break) an outfit, now is a great time, if you haven’t already, to start planning your picks that will complement your wardrobe and up your outfit game. 🙂

Right now I’m obsessed with the butterfly sandal shown in the top photo. Incorporating color, whimsy and gorgeous detail, this shoe is the perfect choice to elevate a minimal or neutral spring/summer look, which is the type of outfit I tend to wear. 🙂 From Sophia Webster’s Spring’17 collection, it’s well-made and comfortable (for a heel!) too.

Below are some other shoe choices that I’m loving now. Organized by price range, scroll through each category and click through for a direct link.

 

$500 and above:

 

Under $500 yet over $100

 

Under $100

 

 

The shoes featured in this post are not just pretty ones I currently like, but they are also on-trend for the season, well-made and from some of my fave shoe brands. For my more trend conscious readers, focus on the strappy sandals (my fave), the block heels (my fave) and the slides (only picked 1 style option for this one in this post). I also included 2 sneaker choices (this one and this one), because the street sneaker is still a hot trend. And if you want to take care of your feet, a necessity as an alternate footwear choice.

 

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