Your favorite Spring Comfort Shoe Guide has arrived! We have included fan favorites from the blog, tried and true client favorites, plus new styles we can’t wait to try. Comfortable shoes don’t have to be boring! Gold crackle or holographic sandals, anyone? Keep scrolling for our favorite spring comfort shoes and trends!
The best thing about this season’s strappy sandals? The straps are wide. Wide straps = comfortable. Try the Naturalizer Kerry Sandal in Aged Bourbon with an all black outfit. Sooo chic! Like this styling idea but need something dressier for work? Try the AGL Greta Slide Sandal. Willing to wear a heel? Go for it with the Aerosoles Camera Platform Sandal.
You know by now how much we love our Birkenstock EVA Essentials in all the styles as a flip flop replacement. Kyle still loves her Birkenstock Madrid Big Buckle Slide Sandal. Her latest addition, the Birkenstock Arizona Big Buckle Sandal in black patent, is selling out fast. Keep scrolling down for the Gizeh version of this hot style. I’ve already been collecting compliments on my new sporty sandals this season. See the Freedom Moses Terrazzo Black Sandal below.
Chic Slides and Mules
There are soooo many slides out there this season! The crazy thing is, they are not all that comfortable! A lot of this season’s slides have braided materials that rub on the top of your foot. The styles you see here all have really soft leather and comfortable, padded soles. Promise! The star of this section is the Sarto By Franco Sarto Bordo Slide Sandal, which Kyle bought last year in ivory. However, this modern, versatile style comes in a rainbow of colors and patterns.
Sick of your boots but not ready for sandals? A clog is the perfect spring comfort shoe to wear with pants, jeans, and even some skirts and dresses. From iridescent EVA to a heeled rock n’ roll sandal, there is a clog for everyone. In fact, I’ve recently broken out my classic black Dansko clogs after neglecting them for a few years. Perhaps clogs have become a fashion classic?
Wedges and Platforms
Are wedges finally back? Wedges may come and go for fashion designers, but they never leave women’s closets. The comfort level of a wedge is just too hard to resist! It is literally impossible to try on the Coconuts By Matisse Ocean Ave Espadrille Platform Slide Sandal and not purchase it. I (Lani) couldn’t do it, and neither could any of our clients!
We find that many women avoid heels all together because it is so hard to find comfortable pumps. You may have heard us preach about Ally over and over, but it is because they are truly game changers! Choose between their block heel or classic stiletto styles, both of which come in 2 inches or 3 inches. And Ally is currently having a 15% sale on all of their in-stock shoes. For a very low heel, a lot of our clients have been loving the square toe and cool colorways of the 27 Edit Naturalizer Florence Square Toe Pump.
Flats and Loafers
Want to feel like you’re wearing slippers while at the office or walking around town? You must check out Birdies, specifically The Heron! The sizes often sell out but they restock often, so be sure to sign up for restock alerts if necessary. FYI, most of their styles run a half size big. For a cool avant-garde shoe that is sure to garner compliments, look no further than the 27 Edit Naturalizer Avrie Slingback Flat.
You should have a pair of cute sneakers in your spring comfort shoe arsenal. Birdies also dominates this category: cute and comfortable sneakers for a sundress or jean shorts. Looking for something very functional for walking a few miles or more? Check out the Brooks Revel 5 Sneaker.
Which is your favorite type of spring comfort shoe? Which styles from the blog will you try? Let us know in the comments!
Real Life Style is a style consulting firm that teaches busy women to wear their power so they can live their lives fully and confidently. Lani Inlander and Kyle Dunphy are based in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and serve clients across the country. We offer personal styling services, an on-demand e-course, corporate services, and training to become a personal stylist.
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