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