With spring less than a month away, it’s time to start shedding those heavy coats, knits, and boots in favor of lighter-weight dresses, breezy tops, and easy footwear. When devising new ensembles, start from the ground up with three of spring’s biggest shoe trends. Among our favorites are ’90s-inspired square-toe mules, sleek and timeless loafers, and thick-soled sandals that effortlessly transition from the city to the coast—all are available from Sam Edelman. Each one is not solely for trend’s sake; these leading shoe looks boast versatility and will stand the test of time in your wardrobe. Here, discover three outfits to kickstart your spring style.
Hip to Be Square
The ’90s and aughts continue to sway fashion from every angle. Square-toe shoes are the perfect base to mix and match looks from playful to polished. Whether it’s a neutral mule—one of the hardest working silhouettes in the spring arsenal—or a squared-off sandal, this silhouette goes from easygoing elegance at work to stepping out on the weekends.
The New Classics
The loafer is one forever style staple that’s returning to the forefront this spring. Loafers need not stick to the office—they’re just as versatile with casual denim and dressed-down pieces for your off-duty looks. They may even replace your go-to sneakers this spring. Pair the polished silhouette with whimsical pieces like a peplum top and mixed-print skirt for a fresh spin on easy elegance.
Let It Slide
This season, the perennial sandal gets an upgrade with weightier soles and sized-up straps. Sure, these chunky details are designed to make a statement, but they’re also a practical option for anytime wear. Slide into a comfortably chic pair with your go-to jeans and spring dresses. Though, we’re partial to pairing them with a vacation-ready beach look where you’ll only be packing the essentials.
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