The Shoes That Are IN This Spring, According to Lauren Conrad
It’s officially time to set your shoe wardrobe straight with all the right classics. That’s right—goodbye, crazy-embellished heels and fur-lined loafers! We’ve been so obsessed with adding new-season trends, it’s been a while since we updated the classics. It’s time to make room in those closets for boots and pumps, loafers, and, and ballet flats. Classic boots have gotten an upgrade, a surprising style is back on trend, and ballet flats are as popular as ever. If you’re looking to do a shoe overhaul this season, let this post be your one-stop shop.
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This style has been popping up every year, and for good reason: The heels are easy to wear all day long, and they’re adorable. They’re also very versatile shoes...
If you’re looking to elevate your outfit without sacrificing your feet in the process, block heels are for you. This season, booties are seeing a bit of a makeover. While the following boots share the same block heel (which I love), they all have details that set them apart. I love the metal hardware on these ankle boots from ASOS, as well as the colorful suede on the Rag & Bone booties.
There are few shoes more classic than loafers. No longer just found in the office, consider loafers your new go-to flats. From buckle embellishments to luxurious textures, these shoes provide both comfort and style. If you’ve been on the fence about purchasing a pair, let these next selections persuade you.
This season, fashion is taking a tip from the ballet world. The color palette alone is soft and timeless (think blush pink and black). Add in sweet bow details and you have me hooked. Since I’ve been a long-time fan of ballet flats and love to include them in my LC Lauren Conrad collections, I thought I’d save the best shoe style for last. You can never have too many ballet flats in your closet.