For the past few seasons, the most popular spring shoe trends centered around a few major styles: block-heel mules, backless slides, and fashion sneakers. And while, sure, those trends are still going strong into 2017 (sup, athleisure), there’s another shoe style back in town: pointy flats.
This time around, they’re not taking a backseat to your stilettos. Nope: Instead of toting them around in your bag until your heels hurt bad enough, point-toe flats are taking the main stage, and we couldn’t be happier. Not only do they look great with just about everything—we’re wearing ours with raw-hem jeans, pleated mini skirts, and wide-leg pants—they’re also a majorly comfortable alternative to the booties you’ve worn all winter long.
Ahead, we found 21 iterations of the trend to shop now, including a slingback style, a metallic oxford version, and a millennial pink shoe that a few STYLECASTER editors have already scooped up.
ASOS Madrid Premium Leather Mule, $68; at ASOS
Opening Ceremony Livre Slides in Black, $295; at Shopbop
Everlane The Modern Point in Oxblood/Navy, $155; at Everlane
Zara Flat Slingback Shoes, $29.99; at Zara
Trademark Castrainge Slide in Bordeaux, $578; at Need Supply
Jenni Kayne Leather Mules, $395; at Shopbop
Intentionally Blank Tactic in Bone, $98.99; at Need Supply
Forever21 Frayed Denim Bow Flat Mules, $22.90; at Forever21
Aldo Shahan Flat, $80; at Aldo
Sanayi 313 Carolsello Slippers, $981; at Sanayi 313
Marni Runway Calfskin Mule, $960; at Marni
J.Crew Suede Lace-Up Pointed-Toe Flats, $158; at J.Crew
Topshop Viva Pointed Toe Loafers, $35; at Topshop
Attico Elena Croc-Effect Leather Slippers, $535; at Net-a-Porter
Brother Vellies Sister Suede Slippers, $330; at Net-a-Porter