Spring Shoes

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Not to brag or anything, but I am the queen of impractical weather wear… If you saw someone in NYC trying to hop over mounds of snow in open-toed shoes at any point this winter, chances are that person was me. While this may not be the most coveted title, I can definitely say that I have had my fair share of experience with shoes. It’s not that I don’t know when to wear them, I just choose to go with my vibes instead of the weather — the weather app on my phone might as well not even be there.

That being said, I love shoes — it’s a Carrie Bradshaw, walk-down-the-streets and go-into-every-shoe-store kind of love. This winter, my shoe game has been all kinds of normcore. Adidas, Nike, Converse. You name the brand, I probably wore it at one point or the other. It’s been a comfortable season, but I am more than ready to push those babies aside and break out a pair of shoes without fearing that my toes might die from frostbite (not that frostbite would stop me from wearing those shoes anyway…). I’m dying for some variety after this winter, and thankfully, the fashion world has responded.

From shoes with transparent heels, fringe and gladiator glam, here are some of our favorite shoes for spring.

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What shoes will you be rocking this spring? Let us know in the comments below!

3 comments
  1. I love all of these except the jesus sandals lol. I don’t find them attractive
    check out my newest post
    xx
    Tyana
    theluxedition.blogspot.com

  2. Can someone tell me what type of rainboots will be in style for this spring?!Mine are too wintery and I’m in NYC so rainboots are insanely necessary!
    Thanks =)
    -Amanda

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