To-die-for shoes most certainly do not have to break the bank. Here, our favorite footwear that your closet has been craving, each for less than $200 per pair. Because you definitely, totally, 100% need new shoes, right? You're welcome.

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The Colorful Kicks

Perfectly suited for the warmer months ahead (they are coming, we hope), these green and orange slingbacks are ideal for a girls' night out.

Sophia Webster Daria Patent-Leather and PVC Pumps, $197; theoutnet.com

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The Everyday Wedges

Neutral wedges make the whole denim shoe trend accessible for easy-breezy wear any day of the week (bonus if they're ultra-comfy). Reach for them with white pants, dresses, and even a pair of velvet shorts.

Karl Lagerfeld Savaoie Platform Wedge Sandals, $109; lordandtaylor.com

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The Beaded Beauties

The best thing about these block-heel sandals? They're both neutral and have personality. They can dress down an LBD or dress up your standard jeans-and-a-tee uniform equally well.

Sam Edelman Mel Platform Sandals, $190; shopbop.com

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The Springtime Stilettos

Poppy yellow looks fabulous on tanned toes, making these flattering heels a must-have for any beach vacation. The leg-wrap ties add an extra dash of fun!

Steve Madden Sassey Fringe Sandals, $129; lordandtaylor.com

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The Sassy Sneaks

Lucky for us, the sneaker trend doesn't seem to be disappearing anytime soon. Make it your own (and add a little extra funk) with a textured leopard print paired with black laces.

ADIDAS Originals Leopard Stan Smith Sneaker, $140; shopBAZAAR.com

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The "Shake Your Groove Thing" Booties

Ah, our love for all things retro will never die. These neutral ankle boots will have you dancing down the street no matter the weather–cue up the '70s playlist and get ready to strut your stuff.

Sam Edelman Kandice Booties, $75; 6pm.com

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The Pink Ladies

A hot pink high-heel can add pizzazz to any outfit in an instant. Step into these with leather pants and a sexy blouse for a night on the town.

B. Brian Atwood Tosca Tassel Ankle-Strap Sandals, $150; lordandtaylor.com

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The Jelly Flats

As we all know by now, your shoe budget shouldn't be spent entirely on heels. A fun pair of flats in a bright color makes a serious statement when worn with a maxi dress or romper! Even better, these are made from flexible rubber (remember those Jellies you were as a kid?! They're back!) so they won't rub, even after hours of wear.

Ancient Greek Sandals Ikaria Wing Jelly Sandals, $125; shopbop.com

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The Of-The-Moment Mules

Brighten up the mule look with an opaque mesh upper complete with embroidered detail. They look beautiful with boyfriend jeans and an untucked Oxford.

Tibi Nora Leather-Trimmed Embroidered Mesh Sandals, $191; theoutnet.com

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The Sexy Cages

Go for a one-two combination of sexiness this weekend–a sky-high skinny heel in a Bordeaux red.

Schutz Wine Juliana Sandal, $195; shopBAZAAR.com

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