Spring ready with Shoes.com

Counting down the days until warm weather is here to stay! Spring is here which means time to spruce up our wardrobes! I always try to invest in key staple items moving in to each season. Typically I try to make sure when picking out clothing or shoes, that I pick a good variety! For instance, for the shoes that I recently grabbed from Shoes.com to jump start my Spring shoe collection, I picked a pair that was dressy, a pair that was an everyday casual sandal, and then a pair that could go either way! Shoes.com has a great variety of shoes for the entire family! They also have a great selection of some of the hottest brands that I love (Steve Madden, Dolce Vita, Sam Edelman, etc).

I love these sandals that I grabbed – they are so unbelievably comfortable to walk in and run true to size. They come in a few different colors and are the perfect shoe to dress down with denim shorts! The slight wedge gives you just enough support, literally feels as if you are walking on clouds!

I also grabbed this pair from Shoes.com as well. I love how the low kitten heel trend is back, and I’ve had my eye on a pair like these for awhile now. They are super comfortable and easy to walk in! These are great dressed up but also equally as cute paired with denim.

The last pair of sandals that I grabbed were these adorable studded heeled sandals. I love how these can easily be worn dressed up but can also serve as a great casual shoe. This is a great shoe to have in your closet when a flat sandal might not be appropriate for an event, but you aren’t quite feeling a tall heel either! These are adorable and run true to size!

All of these shoes are true to size and I highly recommend them! I have also linked some of my other favorites from the Shoes.com website! Check those out below!

Thank you so much for reading this post and thank you Shoes.com for partnering with me! All opinions and styling is my own!

xoxo,

Jena

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