Apparently, spring is officially here, but the weather seems to be in complete disagreement (I write this as it is profusely snowing here in New York). If you're as into fashion as we think you are, this contradictory seasonal delay has you itching to wear your new spring things that unfortunately feel out of touch with the temperatures outside. Instead of continuing to resort to your tired winter wardrobe, we're here to provide you with five transitional spring shoe trends you can wear in the in-between.
Stranger Things fans will get the reference, but in all seriousness, this confusing seasonal shift has us feeling unmotivated and disheartened and that just won't do. Hopefully, the five transitional spring shoe trends we've highlighted for you here will have you feeling positive and excited about the spring wardrobe we know you've been collecting. Ready for some much-needed spring shopping?
Hopefully these shoes will help you figure out what the heck to wear when it's technically spring but seriously doesn't feel like it. And speaking of shoe styles, check out the ones we're loving with dresses this spring season.
White lace-up boots add a freshness to your look whether you're experiencing a spring that's dumping snow or is already in full bloom. The boots can be worn easily with jeans and a sweater or a floral minidress. Talk about a shoe that can do both.
If you're feeling overwhelmed by the confusing time that is pre-spring, throwing together a head-to-toe trendy seasonal look is the last thing you'll want to do. Instead, opt for a bright pair of kicks. With pops of pink, green, or yellow on your feet, any outfit will feel alive, even if the weather outside isn't.
Need a shoe that is practical for unpredictable weather but also looks super forward with essentially every spring trend? Chunky dad sneakers are your best bet. The striking style pairs well with everything from midi skirts to pastel suits to athleisure-wear. Rain or shine, this shoe trend will help you navigate the unpredictable season in style.
One of the biggest spring shoe trends is hands down the cowboy boot. We saw it infiltrate the runways and the likings of street style stars, and now it seems we can't scroll through an online retailer without eyeing a new pair. This boot style is perfect for this awkward transitional time as it feels more right now than your average suede ankle booties do and makes sense with a wide variety of the contents of your wardrobe.
If you're not quite ready for a full open-toe sandal moment, ease your way in by sliding into a pair of mules. These shoes are getting your feet ready for sandal weather one half at a time. Wear mules to the office, with jeans, or have them simply be a replacement to those chunky snow boots you've been lugging around.