From ultra-bright flatforms to Victorian lace-up booties, these styles stood out on the runways.
This season's unexpectedly perfect pairing with a flirty floral dress? Tough-girl boots.
If sock boots and sneakers had a lovechild it would be these Aquasock-like slip-ons, which lend an "in-the-know" sleekness to your off-duty look.
This platform sandal takes inspiration from the okobo, worn by geisha in training.
Who says boots can't show a little skin? A cutout above the toe makes this sporty perforated style feel sexy.
Be warned: Flatform sandals are this summer's hero shoe. Dress up a nude pair with white flowers.
A moccasin and an ankle boot walk into a bar...
Those pool slides you couldn't get enough of as a kid, but majorly elevated.
The futuristic silver of these fencing-inspired boots is on point.
Victorian-inspired lace-ups (including ones that may remind you of your grandmother's knitting) are back in a big way.
The elongating vertical line running up these stiletto sandals will give you legs like Angelina Jolie on the 2012 Oscars red carpet.
Boots shed their wintery reputation with cool cutouts, like this birdcage-like style.
The nightclub-ready, patent leather version.
The perfect summer tie-up sandal, with a little frontal bling to dress things up.
Conquer the city streets in sandals that look plucked from a lush garden.
Simple slide sandals get the glam treatment.
Nothing packs heat this spring like a bright white boot.
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A whimsical landscape scene turns platforms into a walking work of art.
Wedges Marie Antoinette would have approved of.
The stripes on these sculptural heeled loafers were inspired by classic school uniforms.
These mules are perfection paired with ripped-up boyfriend jeans.
To those for whom the average sandal just won't do.
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Graphic and grippy, these colorful flatforms will carry you through the day in style.
Sturdy sandals to channel your inner warrior.
A creative take on fashion's current logo obsession.
Summer's answer to the little black boot.
On shoes and bags, oversize buckles make a big statement.