30 Spring Shoes For Every Occassion & Budget

The first "warm" week in months (months!) is cause enough to reevaluate your shoe rack. That means, it's time to give the two pairs of boots you've rotated between since December a nice long break. In their place, we're sharing our favorite spring footwear styles — like fancy wedges, gladiator sandals, and strappy heels — to brighten up your closet and your outlook. In addition to  designer splurges from Proenza Schouler, Balenciaga, and Miu Miu, we've included plenty of under-$100 buys for the budget-conscious. Step it up, people.

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All the tassels you could possibly want.
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At just $50, these sandals are a must for music festivals.
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Slip-on sneakers are more fun when they're playfully patterned.
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Of course, cool colorblocking needn't cost so much.
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Zebra-inspired soles? We dig.
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The crisp, white rubber soles make these flatform sandals.
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There's no need to feel blue in Gianvito Rossi.
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This silhouette calls for cropped pants or midi-length hems.
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Straps for days...
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These chunky lace-up sandals won't strain your arches too much.
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J.Crew's crackled leather flats are cool — it's the bubblegum-pink color that puts these over the top.
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Pretty in peach-ish pink.
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Pair this vibrant mule with an LBD for an unexpected pop of color.
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Subtle prints — like Faith's snake-effect one — mix well with bolder patterned clothes.
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It doesn't get much comfier than this slingback flat.
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The OG version by Pons comes in a variety of colors — and with a very friendly price tag.
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Give your oxfords a seasonal update.
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Instead of dark brown or black, a light beige tone makes this style appropriate for warmer weather.
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DKNY's perforated wedge will go so well with all of the vacation outfits we have planned. Now, to plan the vacation.
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Espadrilles are stepping it up this spring.
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Lace 'em up, and up, and up.
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Zara has your legs covered, sort of.
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In case snakeskin wasn't bold enough on its own.
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Though not our definition of cheap, Reiss offers a slightly more affordable version of the look.
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Funky town.
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Lug soles aren't just for winter.
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Graphic soles are officially a thing for spring.
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Eye spy the espadrilles topping our wish list.
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Acne Studios' spring crop is coming in red hot.
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Faceted rubber gives these shower slides a sculptural effect.
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