Wear it Wednesday | 2016's Hot Spring Shoe Trends

Spring signals the beginning of warmer weather, bring on capris, lightweight jackets and time for shoes other than boots! Can I get an AMEN?! So, today I'm talking about some awesome spring shoe trends that you must try!


 

2016 Spring Shoes


 

I am a long time flats lover, my feet have never been impressed with heels. So while flats are on track to be in season in a few weeks or months depending on your geographical location, these d'Orsay flats are so on-point you'll want a pair or ten for your spring look. What makes this cut special is the open side of the shoe, and you'll want them all trust me. The classic point toe front is perfect for a chic modern look and look AMAZING with wide leg pants, hello culottes!



2016 Spring Shoe Trends; Wedges


 

So, flats aren't your thing, thats fine. But how about a chunky pair of wedges? ;) Pair with a maxi skirt and tank on the weekends, add to joggers and a graphic tee, or go full spring on trend with the suede fringe wedges with bootcut jeans and a cold shoulder top!



2016 Spring Shoe Trends; Loafers


 

While loafers have been around since like ever, this spring they are making a stylish comeback. Bring on leopard, mustard, tassels, patent and suede to change up a classic! In fact, did you know moccasins are considered in the loafer family? I didn't and I wear my mocs all the time in the spring. The enclosed design keeps your feet warm and allows you some leeway in your spring looks! And if you're not on board with the point-toe fashion of the d'Orsay flats, larger foot sized women, these rounded front loafers don't elongate your feet!


2016 Spring Shoe Trends; Mules


 

So, you love the closed toe feature of loafers but want a stacked look like the wedges? What is a girl to do? Answer: Mules.

Yes, you heard me right, these slip on, backless stacked heels (and sometimes flat) shoes are perfect for a chunky shoe that gives into the warmer weather! Flat Mules are a comfy chic look with cuffed boyfriend jeans for outdoor picnics and the stacked heels look great with midi skirts for a dressier work or weekend look.






What style will you try this spring?

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