4 New Shoe Styles to Strut into Summer
Who doesn’t love hearing compliments on a new purchase? Purchasing a new pair of shoes can make all the difference when deciding what to wear. The obvious choice for many women is to look for a sandal, loafer, or flip-flop when looking into buying a new pair of shoes for spring, but there are so many other styles that should be considered! From sneakers to sporty sandals consider shopping this list before cashing out with the same old styles.
Oxford shoes have got to be one of the spring's biggest trends! Both polished and sophisticated, this flat shoe style brings an element of classiness to any outfit. A good pair of well-made oxfords will set you back, but the style will last you for seasons, so don't discount the investment! This is one signature spring style that is desirable for both women and men.
New School Sneakers
Street style sneakers are a fan favorite thanks to their lightweight and comfortable fit. Most styles by Nike or New Balance have great arch support which makes them perfect for everyday wear. To style a pair of sneakers outside of the gym, look for comfortable basics such as ankle-cut denim or a pair of slouchy cotton trousers. Some of the top styles embody a minimalist design with metallic touches in brand logos or accent details.
Ankle Wrapped Flat
Feminine meets fashionable in these ankle wrap flats. This style which originally started as the 'ballerina trend' has evolved into something much more polished and refined. Many high-end designers are embracing this trend by translating the look into flats worthy of wear at work and on the weekends.
With winter beginning to disappear in more ways than one, it’s due time to show off that new pedicure! Sporty slides and sandals are a quick way to add a bit of spring to your step. The term “sporty” doesn’t necessarily mean these are fitness slides, but rather they mimic the classic single strap design. Leather and embellished sandals are great for those who desire a minimalist wardrobe or who are looking to add a bit more ‘polish’ to their spring look.