Spring Shoe Trends We Can’t Wait To Wear

Spring Shoe Trends We Can’t Wait To Wear

The birds are chirping, and flowers are beginning to bloom; in other words, spring is near. It’s finally time to put away your winter boots and transfer your focus to spring styles! Spring seems to be the most flexible season in terms of shoes, making it all the more exciting. After extensive research (reading magazines and admiring fashion show looks), we’ve compiled a list of the top shoe trends that are set to dominate this spring. 

Mesh Flats

This controversial shoe trend is on track to take over this spring! At first glance, they seem a tad intimidating, but after seeing so many great outfits paired with some version of the mesh flat (fishnet, embellished, plain), we’re officially on board. 

Mesh Flats 'Dreaming' - Steve Madden

Mesh Flats ‘Dreaming’ – Steve Madden

You can always trust Steve Madden to come through with a shameless dupe. Its Dreaming Mesh Flats look just like ALAÏA’s, except at a fraction of the cost.

$120 @ Steve Madden
Rhinestone Ballerinas- Mango

Rhinestone Ballerinas- Mango

Add a little sparkle to your spring shoe collection with these Rhinestone Ballerinas from Mango!

$99.99 @ Mango

Kitten Heels

Practicality and comfort continue to be a primary focus when it comes to footwear this spring. As much as we all love a high-heel moment, we prefer a shoe we can actually walk in, and kitten heels do the job perfectly. They give a look of sophistication without the pain. 

Gratis Mule Heels - Jeffrey Campbell

Gratis Mule Heels – Jeffrey Campbell

We love the vintage vibe these Gratis Mule Heels from Jeffrey Campbell have. We can even see Carrie Bradshaw wearing them.

$155 @ Anthropologie
Metallic Pointed-Toe Slingback Pumps - Charles & Keith

Metallic Pointed-Toe Slingback Pumps – Charles & Keith

Imagine these silver slingbacks styled with a pair of loose-fitting jeans. Perfection.

$96 @ Charles & Keith

Mary Janes

The Mary Jane shoe trend is one that constantly comes back. Over the past few years, they’ve been especially prominent. Mary Jane heels, flats, and loafers all have a place in our shoe collection this spring!

Double-Strap Slingback Mary Jane Pump - Charles & Keith

Double-Strap Slingback Mary Jane Pump – Charles & Keith

Who doesn’t love a pop of red? Embrace the red trend at the same time as the Mary Jane trend with these pumps from Charles & Keith.

$86 @ Charles & Keith
Mary Jane 'Delia' Shoes - Vagabond

Mary Jane ‘Delia’ Shoes – Vagabond

This classic pair of Mary Janes will never go out of style, even though they’re incredibly trendy right now. Plus, they go with literally everything!

$165 @ Vagabond


Loafers provide a smart and refined look, working alongside the ever-popular quiet luxury trend. Like Mary Janes, they’re also super classic, making them worth investing in (in our opinion).

'Adelaide' Loafer - Aldo

‘Adelaide’ Loafer – Aldo

If you ask us, everyone needs a pair of classic loafers in their shoe collection.

$74.98 @ Aldo
Loafers - Joe Fresh

Loafers – Joe Fresh

Dip your toes into the chunky loafers shoe trend at a steal with these $44 loafers from Joe Fresh.

$44 @ Joe Fresh


Platforms, specifically on flat shoe styles (some refer to them as flatforms), are predicted to be major this spring. They add drama and height yet are still relatively comfortable to wear. Gucci is a notable designer behind the trend. 

Slinky Black Flatforms - Steve Madden
'DAYPRING' Slingback Platform Sandals - Sorel

‘DAYPRING’ Slingback Platform Sandals – Sorel

These Sorel sandals are the perfect example of ‘flatforms’; they’re straight throughout and have a 2-inch platform. The fisherman style is also super in right now.

$160 @ Sorel


From bows to studs to fringe, embellished shoes are having a moment! You can shop the trend by buying already embellished shoes, or you can even embellish them yourself if you’re feeling creative.

'Honolulu' Heel - Jeffrey Campbell

‘Honolulu’ Heel – Jeffrey Campbell

If there’s a brand that knows how to do a great shoe embellishment, it’s Jeffrey Campbell. Its ‘Honolulu’ Heel feels super fresh for the spring and summer season!

$264.15 @ Revolve
Pom Feather-Embellished Leather Mules - Sleeper

Pom Feather-Embellished Leather Mules – Sleeper

At first glance, these feather-embellished mules from Sleeper look kind of insane, but trust us, shoes with “sweeping” embellishments like these were spotted all throughout fashion week.

$177 @ The Outnet

Flip Flops

Shoes that don’t provide a lot of coverage, in general, including flip flips, seem to be a trending concept in spring footwear right now! From casual beach-like flip flops to The Row’s iconic chunky leather version, you can’t go wrong adding a new pair of flip flops to your collection. 

'Lady' Black Platform Flip Flops

‘Lady’ Black Platform Flip Flops

If you like The Row’s Ginza leather sandals but can’t justify spending over $1000 on flip flops, these Steve Madden ones give off the same vibe.

$80 @ Steve Madden
Foundations Matte Flip Flop - TKEES

Foundations Matte Flip Flop – TKEES

A simple pair of flip sandals like these TKEES ones will quickly become your go-to this spring and summer. Style them with pooling trousers for a trendy look.

$85.14 @ Revolve

Ballet Flats

Listen, we won’t harp on about ballet flats because, by now, you’ve heard it all. But we do just want to say that the cult-favourite shoe style isn’t going away anytime soon!

'Sheer' Blush Fabric Ballet Flats - Steve Madden

‘Sheer’ Blush Fabric Ballet Flats – Steve Madden

Want to feel like you’re wearing slippers all day while embracing the ballet flat trend? Look no further.

$100 @ Steve Madden
Leather Ballet Flats - Zara

Leather Ballet Flats – Zara

These leather ballet flats from Zara are so chic and effortless.

$69.90 @ Zara

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