As Spring rolls in, your feet rally for attention, and with good reason. There’s nothing quite like a fresh pair of pumps to bang into the new season. Here are some styles that caught our fancy for their ingenious twist on classics, and their total ease on the soles.
This Dominique style from Dansko shoes are really hot, combining a trendy block heel sandal with sexy straps and the latest research on foot comfort. The pair incorporates natural wood, suede, leather and cork into a unique looking sandal. You’ll love the light, flexible sole and adjustable straps for a perfect snug feeling. The rubber outsole also ensures your feet are protected against sidewalk shock. With a 2.75 inch, they’re perfect for a downtown party and to strut New York streets with confidence in a layered, casual look or a classic pencil skirt.
Your feet will feel amazing in these deep ocean suede Taja Perf Quarter Strap Sandals by Rockport. Not only are they lovely with their cutout pattern, but they’re super light and supported by Adidas cushioning technology that creates extra comfort and ease on your soles and knees. With a 2.75 inch heel, these sandals provide you with a bit of extra height you won’t even feel, thanks to retention foam that helps you maintain balance. The sandal fastens with a velcro strap that feels snug around the back of the foot — a perfect addition or asset for summer. Simply wear with a casual dress and bandana in your hair, or to the office with a tailored skirt and blouse. Available at http://www.rockport.com
A twist on the classic ballet flat, this new Sebago shoe is ideal for spring with its playful textiles from avant-garde Liberty Art Fabrics. With a sturdy cement construction, rubber outsole, a stacked leather heel and a cushioned footbed, these are sturdy, yet light and comfortable, while the textile uppers offer a breathable cover.
Pair them with your favorite suit or classic jean; they add a happy note to your spring wardrobe. Choose from three different fun patterns and find them at http://www.Sebago.com.