Chicest Flat Sandals, Shoes, and Sneakers for Spring
I took an informal poll of my friends and asked them if they had any plans to wear heels any time soon. The consensus was no. Most are working from home for the foreseeable future while juggling homeschooling and daily walks for sanity. There is actually no where to go to wear heels so I’ve put together some comfortable but chic flat sandals, shoes, and sneakers that will make you never want to wear heels ever again. I tried to choose as many reasonably priced options as possible but there are some splurge options too. I’d pair them with jeans, dresses, and even loungewear.
These Leather Braided Sandals are the new darling of the internet this week but that’s because they are a great style at a great price.
These metallic vegan leather slides are elegantly casual. I’d pair them with midi-length patterned dresses and kaftans.
If you like the look of the Hermes Oran Sandals but don’t want to pay $650 for them, these white leather alibi sandals are a great dupe. They are also available in tan and navy.
Avec Modération is a new to me brand that I’m loving which includes these Bahamas crocodile-effect leather slides. There are other great color combinations and styles available too.
If you’re looking for a very reasonably priced version of the Saint Laurent Nu Pieds woven leather slides, these black crocodile patterned slides are a steal at $17.99. They are also available in rose gold and mint colors.
I own these Gabriella Hearst Reeves leather and suede sandals in black suede and navy velvet and can attest to their comfort. I love a chic flat lace up sandal with my long dresses.
I always think a nude sandal is a must and this pair of bow-embellished suede sandals is the perfect shade of taupe.
If you need a more reasonably priced nude sandal, these Suede Flat Sandals are currently 50% off.
These tan suede sandals remind me of styles by Gianvito Rossi but these are only $39.99. They are also available in black.
If navy is your color of choice, these suede knot sandals are perfect. They are also 50% off right now.
As someone who does wear a lot of navy in the spring and summer, these amethyst strappy suede slides would be the perfect complement.
These floral print sling flats are sure to put a spring in your step this spring.
If there is one pair of shoes I want to splurge on this spring, it’s these lavender woven flats. How chic would they be with a navy shirtdress, white wide leg pants, or even jeans?
I love espadrilles for summer and have my eye on these cheerful yellow gingham espadrilles to add a pop of color and pattern with my solid colored dresses outfits.
For those of you who need a little lift, I love the subtle wedge heel on these Castañer wraparound canvas & jute espadrilles.
These white pointed toe ballet flats are a great style and also come in blue, yellow, and black.
These beige ballet flats are only $14.99 and would be perfect for younger girls who are still growing out of their shoes. They are also available in brown snakeskin, brown embossed crocodile, and black.
I would pair these brown woven leather flats with dresses or jeans.
These yellow woven flats are so cute and are on sale for only $35.98 which a great deal.
A splurge option for spring are these natural woven Ferragamo loafers.
I really wanted this color combination of the Nike Daybreak Sneakers but they sold out in my size. If you wear a size 9 or above though, you are in luck.
I love the chic simplicity of these white leather sneakers. They’d look great with pants or a dress. They are also available in two other neutral colors.
I’d pair these Veja vegan suede and mesh sneakers with shorts or sweats for a walk around the neighborhood.
These vibrant sport sneakers would definitely get you noticed on your walks but if they are too much for you, they are also available in a neutral ivory color.
I love how the model in the first image is wearing these Addidas fashion logo-embroidered patchwork canvas, leather and nubuck sneakers with a striped dress. I’ve never been able to pull off sneakers with dresses in the past but I may have to give it a go this summer as the temperature rises.