New spring shoes! There are five styles that are on my radar this spring. The unexpected espadrille is at the top of my list this season. Be it with a bow accent or scallop straps in platform profile, or a wedge heel with a raffia embroidered floral motif, these not-so-normal espadrilles will compliment any little white dress for spring. Next up, the slide. Believe it or not, these are your perfect city shoe. Comfortable, easy, and with a minimal break in period (new spring, new blister is not a cute look). I’m favoring the braided woven leather and vintage-inspired rattan options (see my other post on woven shoes for spring here), but everyone knows I can’t pass up a single bow, let alone a double bow! The mule is your more feminine alternative to the loafer, and the pointy-toed mule differentiates just a bit further as it takes on a bit more trend. From a rebellious print to a solid classic to a low-heeled bow, these will all look equally chic back to a dress or skinny denim. You can’t head into spring without a new go-to sneaker, and this season, I’m trading in my typical all-white tennis shoe for something a bit more fun. From floral printed, to an all over green, to a pastel gingham (these are also available in pink!), there are cute options for all. And last but not least, the loafer. From the most traditional silhouette in a new must-have spring color, to a more feminine take on a classic (with a blocked heel!), to a driving loafer in a pretty pastel, all of these options are calling my name and I simply can’t pick a favorite!

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