20 Spring Flats You’ll Obsess Over This Spring

Sarah Barnes
20 Spring Flats You’ll Obsess Over This Spring
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City dwellers can all agree that there’s nothing worse than a morning commute with aching ankles and pinched toes. A good day starts (and ends) with a pair of happy feet and let’s face it: sky-high heels can often leave us blistered and bruised.

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Both practical and stylish, a pair of flats are the always-cool alternative to too high heels. Metallics, studs, and bold pops of color give these tomboyish staple an instant wow factor. But if you’re more of a neutrals girl, we’ve got you covered. Regardless of your taste, we can all agree that buying new shoes is an easy, affordable (and fun!) way to update your spring wardrobe.

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Check out these 20 pairs of flats that you can happily walk tall in all spring long.

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Genny, $175; at Rebecca Minkoff

Brayden, $110; at Sam Edelman

The Serge Oxford, $198; at Madewell

Leather Moccasin, $79.90; at Zara

Slythern, $59.95; at Steve Madden

Mara Cap-Toe Espadrille, $195; at Loeffler Randall

Viv Mirror Metallic Bow Flats, $228; at J.Crew

Enritte D'Orsay Flats, $128; at Anthropologie

Rachel Roy Pointed Toe Flats, $225; at Bloomingdales

Harris Leopard Print Canvas Flat, $220; at Alice and Olivia

Florence Flats, $225; at Joie

Gaudio Loafer, $285; at Tory Burch

Moonshine Jewelled Slippers, $55; at Topshop

Bellina Flats, $328; at Kate Spade

Sanford Oxford, $98; at Splendid

Nina 2 Textured Leather Slide, $325; at Vince

Keiko Cracked Loafer, $318; at All Saints

Abbee D'Orsay Flat, $59; at Lucky Brand

Alpha Flats, $129; at Dolce Vita

Kent Slip On, $275; at Rag & Bone

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