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Metallics and perforated leather magically come together on these springtime shoes.
Tory Burch ($165)
Test-drive your sporty style in these calf-hair kicks. The neutral palette matches just about everything.
Sam Edelman ($110)
If these punchy kicks don?t get you excited for sunnier skies, we don?t know what will.
Blu Kicks ($58)
Sleek and simple more your speed? Look no further than these upscale beauties stamped with a gold ID number. You’re so original.
Common Projects ($455)
All of BucketFeet's shoes are designed by a different crowdsourced artist. We've got our heart set on this pair by Melisa Cole, you know, for that pending trip to Maui.
Amazingly comfortable and wildly chic, this Vince pair may be our favorite on the list. Note: Order a half size down. They run big!
If you adore your leopard-print flats, you will delight over these leopard-print slip-ons.
As the wave of athletic-inspired fashion continues to swell, along with it comes the ripple of micro trends. Last month we introduced you to one of them, the feminine bomber jacket, and this week we have another easy-to-wear newbie.
Slide into the slip-on sneaker.
Vans invented this skater style back in 1966, but it’s designer Phoebe Philo who recently brought it back to life in Celine’s spring/summer 2012 collection. And now contemporary brands everywhere are jumping on board.
Sleeker than your average lace-ups and made in fabrics like leather and calf hair, these sneaks have become a new fashion staple. And with so many options to choose from, we’re hard pressed to find a piece of clothing these kicks won’t compliment (flirty dresses, cropped pants, you name it).
See the ones we’ll be wearing all season long.
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