Spring in Your Step

From chunky platforms to dainty flats, here are the trendiest shoes for spring.

By Lauren Bell - March 2016

Spring in Your Step

From chunky platforms to dainty flats, here are the trendiest shoes for spring.

By Lauren Bell - March 2016


It’s time for spring-cleaning, so why not start with your shoe collection? This season is all about style and comfort. From chunky platforms to dainty flats, we’ve gathered the trendiest new styles from some of our favorite local stores.

-Photography by David Colwell

1. Restricted “Glory” flat ($49.95) at South Moon Under. 2. Eric Michael “Sadie” platform ($132) at Poppy and Stella. 3. Vince Camuto “Tad” in python ($250) at Sassanova. 4. OTBT “Nadia” low platform gladiator ($139.99) at Ma Petite Shoe. 5. Nicole “Maci” wedge sandal ($99.99) at Ma Petite Shoe. 6. Steve Madden “Hilltop” boot in cognac ($99.95) at South Moon Under. 7. Lucky Brand “Emmie” flat ($59) at Poppy and Stella. 8. Dolce Vita “Mazarine” fringe boot ($179) at Poppy and Stella.





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