5 Spring Shoes You Can Wear Now

Even though the flowers are starting to peek through, we’re all painfully aware that it isn’t properly spring yet. That said, there’s nothing like looking forward a little to help keep dreary rain showers from getting us down. This mama loves nothing more than a little shoe shopping. Let’s scope the upcoming season’s best — with an emphasis on what you can break out tomorrow, rain or shine.


$75, Zappos.

Patent Leather Flats
The beauty of patent is that a quick wipe-down will have them looking new again. Trudge through the soft ground in these without a second thought! We’re loving under-the-radar brand Yosi Samra, whose shoes are lauded for being as comfy as they are cute.


$275, Bloomingdales.

Nude Wedges
While the peeptoe version probably needs another month or so to simmer, a great wedge in a flesh tone is ready to party tonight. Tory Burch’s are sky-high for an easy height fake-out, but they’re also made for walking. I wore a similar pair nine months pregnant. Trust!


$148, Ann Taylor.

Vented Shorties
Ignore what I just said about peeptoes. They can work in the right shoe, even now. And the right shoe is bootie-shaped, dark in color, and perforated in texture. Ann Taylor’s version features an inside zip for easy on-off and endless style.


$775, ShopBop.

Sheer Pumps
Anything that feels nearly naked is ideal right now, especially a shoe. Show off a hint of skin without going too far in a gorgeous pump with sheer or lace detail. This scalloped pair from Bionda Castana is nothing short of perfection.


$60, Urban Outfitters.

Metallic Sneakers
Hey, if the women in Paris are doing it, we can too. A slip-on sneaker is the absolutely most awesome mom-shoe we’ve heard of. The fact that a chic pair exists is just icing on the cake. Treat yourself a shiny pair from Vans and feel free to throw these on with everything from leggings to a sundress.

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About Jenny

Jenny Studenroth is a cosmetics junkie and bridal blogger from New York City. After graduating from Middlebury College in 2007 with a creative writing degree, she went on to the beauty departments at Elle and the Wall Street Journal magazines, before becoming a freelance writer. Her wedding blog is BorntobeaBride.com. Jenny and her husband Josh split their time between Brooklyn and Washington, DC along with their cat Dolce and pup Harry. The family is expecting their first human baby in the fall.


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