Sole Cycle

Spring is in the air and these new on-trend shoe styles focus on comfort first, while helping you look ridiculously stylish.

By Lauren Bell - April 2017

Sole Cycle

Spring is in the air and these new on-trend shoe styles focus on comfort first, while helping you look ridiculously stylish.

By Lauren Bell - April 2017

-Photography by David Colwell

1.  AGL denim sneaker ($295) at Matava Shoes. 2. Paul Green Wells sandal ($289) at Matava Shoes. 3. Klub Nico Joellen sandal ($200) at Sassanova. 4. Bernardo Hayden sandal ($215) at Sassanova. 5. Marc Fisher LTD Marcia sneaker ($155) at Sassanova. 6. Azura Aditi wedge ($90) at Ma Petite Shoe. 7. Merona Lulu block heel sandal ($30) at Target. 8. G.H. Bass & Co. Nikki mule ($135) at Poppy and Stella. 9. Irregular Choice Good Fortune flat ($165) at Ma Petite Shoe. 10. Paul Green Lexi bootie ($350) at Matava Shoes. 11. Sam Edelman Perri loafer mule ($109) at Poppy and Stella. 12. Joie Walda tassel slide ($188) at Sassanova. 13. Irregular Choice April Showers turquoise pump ($142) at Ma Petite Shoe. 


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