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Corey Lynn Calter's New Collab Wins Us Over With Flying Colors

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    Remember how Corey Lynn Calter's last lookbook made us swoon? Between the fancy frocks, cheeky illustrations, and Nora Zehetner's doe-eyed gaze, there was no shortage of oohs and aahs. That admiration extended right down to the featured footwear: We fell head over heels for the colorful kicks, but had no clue how to snag a pair for ourselves. As if the shoe gods heard our prayers (or have impeccable timing, it is the spring equinox after all!), we discovered that these candy-hued steppers are up for grabs on Calter's site. (What's that? Oh, just the sound of many toes tapping with delight!)

    These vintage-inspired espadrilles and sandals are made by Seychelles, so you can rest easy that the price points are cool change — nothing over $130. Each pair is incredibly playful yet wildly practical for your springtime dance card. Plus, considering that these step in line (last pun of the day, we promise!) with CLC's Vivian Girls collection, we wouldn't expect anything less than footwear filled with whimsy and charm. Photo: Courtesy of Corey Lynn Calter

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