Get it? Because it’s almost spring? Hehe.
Did I literally decide to write this post because of the pun? Maybe. But puns aside, spring is a great time to invest in footwear! With warmer temps, you can finally cast aside your thick wool socks and rainboots for comfy sneakers and cute sandals.
Shop my favorite ethical spring shoes:
Look how perfect this dusty pink color is! I’ve been wearing my Allbirds wool loungers whenever the weather permits and love how cozy they are, but I really love the look of the runners and may have just snagged a pair for myself… These wool sneakers are the perfect casual spring shoe for those of us that walk a lot or just like to be comfortable. These also come in other cute limited edition colors like red, sage, and lavender!
This is such a classic style that you’ll find yourself reaching for again and again! It’s versatile and the block heel means it’ll be comfy enough for most casual outings. If open-toe shoes aren’t your thing, Nisolo also makes a similar closed-toe mule as well as a closed-toe mule with a lower heel. I can’t decide which ones I like more! Get $25 off your first purchase.
I’ve been coveting these shoes for at least a year now, but I still don’t trust myself with white shoes. If you’re a better (i.e. less clumsy) person than I, these mules are the perfect modern, dressed down alternative to the classic loafer. They also come in black and burgundy.
These 100% vegan block heels are not only free from animal cruelty, but also so chic and classic. I love this sky blue color and think it’ll be perfect for spring! It also comes in black, brown, and beige. Plus, it’s a block heel. Comfy is the cutest look, after all.
Metallic shoes have been trending for a while, and these 100% vegan beauties are definitely in! The sleekness of the pointed toe pairs so well with the silver color, giving these sandals a futuristic yet timeless look. These also come in black, tan, and beige.
Which shoes were your favorite? And what are you looking forward to about spring?
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