Spring shoes: three styles to own now
It’s always exciting when a new season rolls around! With sunshine and longer days on the horizon, I’m starting to plan some new Spring outfits … which means NEW SHOES!! This time of year can be a little tricky for some of us who aren’t quite in sandal weather yet but who want to be done with our winter booties. So, I’m showing you three buy-now-wear-now shoe trends to put you in that Spring frame of mind.
And of course, Nordstrom is the perfect place to find anything your closet needs now, from the newest designer shoe to a $39 hat. Working at Nordstrom as a Personal Stylist is such a fun and easy way to discover the latest finds. With thousands of new arrivals, I’m positive you will find a favorite new shoe … or two! Thank you to Nordstrom for sponsoring this post.
#1 the stylish white shoe
The white trend continues …
Not only shoes but accessories too; these are the finishing touches to any outfit. They say white goes with everything, and it does! If you haven’t tried them yet, start with a sneaker or a mule. And for the more adventurous, I’m in love with this studded Spring bootie. It’s edgy and cool!
#2 mules, mules, mules
The perfect everyday shoe as we transition into spring
From a flat to a higher heel to a dressier style, there’s a mule for every outfit. I’ve been wearing this Vince snake print version non-stop! It looks great with an all-black outfit, or with a lighter ensemble like this blush blouse and white jeans (below). And no matter the weather (a little rain here in Portland), they still work. Trust me!
#3 elevated espadrilles
Super comfy and extremely versatile
This is the must-have item this year. From the $89 Sam Edelman to the iconic Gucci wedge, the espadrille is stylish and easy to wear. You will wear this shoe so often, consider splurging – you’ll get your money’s worth, I guarantee. The options below are the best of the season: shop away!
Thank you for reading, and enjoy your new shoes! xoxo
Photography by Carrie Minns
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