Must-Have Shoes for Spring 2013

Spring is just around the corner and it's time to shed our boots and get a new pair of new shoes! Even if you live in jeans and t-shirts, a fabulous pair of eye-catching shoes will instantly transform your outfit. From floral high-tops to metallic gold sandals to bright yellow slippers, we've got something for everyone. Check out our picks for the must-have shoes this spring!

1. Floral High-Tops

We love these floral printed high-top sneakers! A jazzy floral print on a black background mean these looks super cool worn with skirts and dresses as well as jeans. Nothing says spring is here quite like a bunch of flowers! 

Floral high-tops, $28.80Floral high-tops, $28.80Courtesy of

2. Metallic sandals

Behold the gold shoe! It might not be the season to get our your shorts yet but you can test the waters when the sun comes out with these awesome gold sandals. Sightly chunky and super metallic, these sandals make a style statement. 

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3. Studded Slippers

Slippers are a bit cooler than ballet flats and just as comfortable! These bright yellow ones covered in edgy silver studs gives everything you wear a bit of a tougher look. Or so we'd like to think!

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4. Comfy Moccasins

If you live in brogues or loafers in the winter, these moccasins are the perfect spring update. Made of super soft suede, they'll go with pretty much anything in your wardrobe. 

Suede moccasins, $45Suede moccasins, $45Courtesy of

5. Bright Sneakers

They're bright pink, loud and cheerful! Even if you're not a fan of pink, you can get on the brights band wagon and get yourself a pair of sneakers in a bright rainbow shade.

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6. Patterned Espadrilles

The perfect summer flat, the espadrille gets a super cool update with this fun graphic pattern. Mix and match and wear with anything and everything this spring. 

Patterned espadrilles, $24Patterned espadrilles, $24Courtesy of

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What shoes do you live in every spring? 



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