It’s hard to tell a girl she has enough shoes, because just like clothing trends, shoe trends change from season to season and that means you’ll need to update your shoe wardrobe.

Spring 2016 is gonna be full of killer trends, some with a die hard following like the white sneaker and some with a more love/hate crowd, like the awkward Grandma heel. The good thing is that a lot of the trend you fell in love with in 2015 will still be around, like your fave over-the-knee boots and lace-up heels, but they’ll be done in a different way. Think lighter colors, bolder laces and interesting heel shapes. It’s not about copying the trends from season to season, but expanding on the ones that worked and making them into something completely different.

Go a little cray cray with your next shoe purchase and break out of your shoe rut. Here are some awesome on-trend shoes you’ll love for Spring.

(Related: 10 Stylish Grandma Heels to Affordably Get The Maryam Nassir Zadeh ‘Roberta’ Pump Look)

Grandma Heels

Grandma Heels are here for Spring, whether you like it or not. Think low-to-mid heel height, rounded toes, and mules. Don’t be afraid to pair this style with something with a little bit of an edge so you can balance out the frumpiness of it.

Suede Pumps (H&M, $60)

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The Dani Fringed Mule (Madewell, $188)


Faux Patent Leather Ankle Strap Flats (Forever21, $25)


Statement Slip-Ons

I love me a good pair of slip-ons, and I worn my only pair to death so looks like mama needs a new pair of shoes. The difference between Spring 2016’s version of slip-ons than other years’ is that these shoes will make a statement. They aren’t your typical black Vans.

Slip-on Shoes (H&M, $40)

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Ash Jungle Leather Slip-On Sneakers (Saks Off 5th, $70)

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Marc by Marc Jacobs Low-tops (YOOX, $250)



It shouldn’t be a surprise that metallic shoes are as in for Spring as they will be for Fall (according to the runways). Metallic shoes done in different ways are a great way to add visual interest to an outfit without pushing your comfort zone into bold colors.

Low Shaft Boots (& Other Stories, $145)


Metallic Flat Shoes with Brogue Detail (Zara, $50)

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ATELJE 71 Quasar metallic leather pumps (The Outnet, $130)


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Once again, lace details are dominating shoe trends. So if you were lucky enough to hop on this trend back at the end of Summer 2015, break those babies out for another season. If you’re just joining in, welcome. Get ready to add patience to your morning shoe-tying ritual.

Hatter in Cognac (Need Supply Co., $198)


Sandals in Suede and Leather (H&M, $129)

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Chinese Laundry Great Time Flat (DSW, $45)



Take a page from Fall 2015 and roll through Spring with over-the-knee as your ace in the hole. Pair them with shorts or mini dresses and go full Kardashian. Lighten up the darker browns and blacks with gray or beige tones. Maybe even add a color, like blue.

Carlos by Carlos Santana Radley Over-The-Knee Boots (Macy’s, $225)


OFFICE Eden Suede-Stretch Over-the-Knee Boots (Selfridges, $79)


STEVE MADDEN Gorgeous Over-the-Knee Boot (Nasty Gal, $150)


White Sneakers

Once again, white sneakers are a Spring staple. Street Style-faves love themselves some killer sneakers and these crisp (but detailed) sneakers are your IRL answer. Don’t stick to just plain white. Add another trend like metallic details or a pop of animal print.

PUMA ‘Brooklynite – Sophia Chang’ Classic Sneaker (Nordstrom, $70)

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Gola Orchid Metallic CLA668 White & Gold Sneakers (ASOS, $103)

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Loeffler Randall Zora Perforated Sneaker (Loeffler Randall, $295)