Fashion Week has but two days left! We’ve seen a lot of the expected for Spring 2014–bright citrus colors, florals, white looks, unfortunate crop tops and more unfortunate peplums–and a little of the refreshing (trapeze tops! swing coats!). But, thankfully, anchoring so many of Spring collections are a whole lot of wonderful, colorful, wearable shoes.
And when we say wearable, we (mostly) mean it–designers are all about chunky sandals, flatforms and sweet boots for Spring. Here’s a smattering of some lovely shoes from NYFW…
We are usually anti-sandal (New York is dirty) but these from Suno are perfect.
Amazing polka dot loafers at Ruffian.
Tracy Reese showed a more typical Spring style in white…
As well as black, with a great heel detail.
These low Chelseas from Jeremy Laing are a 10/10.
Printed, strappy, detailed, everything at Diane von Furstenberg.
More flatforms at Vivienne Tam.
We could leave the socks behind but the sandal game at Creatures of Comfort was spectacular (did we mention that everyone at NYFW is wearing Birkenstocks?!).
Bright citrus hues and refined toes at Caroline Herrera.
Assembly (one of our favorite shops in NYC) goes conceptual–and adds ankle jewelry.
Lovely ruby at Karen Walker.
Thom Browne‘s show may have been scary as shit, but the heeled Oxfords were awesome.
Mesh detailing at Steven Alan.
And sandals at Alan, too.
From J. Crew‘s hotly-anticipated Sophia Webster collaboration.
Razor sharp Louboutins at Jenny Packham.
Fantastic and low-riding at Helmut Lang.
Balloons on loafers at Michael Bastian.
Okay, maybe not so wearable (but very delightful) grass shoes at Jerome 5:31.
Sandals fit for a Hans Feurer shoot at VPL.
Clean, beige bows at Kate Spade.
Mint lizard at alice + olivia.
Urban warrior sandals at Adeam.
And yes, although everybody hated Rodarte, we really liked the silver flats.
(All photos via Getty)