Today, we’re continuing with our Spring fashion preview series. We’re looking at 5 Spring 2022 shoes that are trendy. They are:
For each shoe, I’ve included shoppable widgets of some of my favorite examples of that shoe. I’ve also rounded up different ways to style that shoe.
Buckled sandals are in this year, and classics like Birkenstock come to mind. In fact, I’ve already featured them over on Daily Looks. They pair perfectly with denim and are great for days out and about to days at the beach.
Style tip: Stick with neutrals, especially black and white to pair with just about any pant or short in your wardrobe.
Clogs are back this year in a big way. We featured them on the blog all the way back in January in our short guide on how to look chic casual. Just like the buckled sandal, you’ll be able to get a lot of use out of your clogs. They’re great if you’re lounging at home or are grabbing lunch with the kiddos or grand kiddos.
Style tip: Whether you’re gardening, on the go, or looking to up your work-from-home game, there’s a pair of clogs for you. Don’t be afraid to have a little fun with this shoe.
Probably the most versatile shoe on the list, you can find comfy casual wedges to ones that you wear out on the town.
Style tip: Go matchy-matchy with your sandal and bottoms for an instant elevated look.
2022 is the year of the architectural heel. I’ve seen so many fun and interesting heels so far this year already. Such an easy way to add visual interest to an old favorite.
Style tip: The perfect “special occasion” shoe, whether you’re going to a wedding or graduation, the architectural heel is perfect.
Ah, yes. This might be my favorite shoe on the list. We’ve been featuring platform sneakers a lot o the blog, especially over on Daily Looks. If you’ve been following me regularly, you know I love my Adidas and Chuck’s Platform sneakers—such iconic looks that take a casual outfit to the next level.
Style tip: The classics—Adidas, Converse, and even Vans—never really go out of style.
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LOVE all the shoes! Shoes are my weak link as I have to wear comfy shoes. Have a fun shoe day!
I like most of the shoe trends this Spring that you are showing, except for the Birkenstocks. Never have been a fan of them or anything that resembles them. I know they are comfortable, they say, but your can find really cute shoes that are comfortable too. Like the slides you are showing.
For architectural heels check out L’Intervalle. Have you thought about KEDS for platform sneakers. I have them in leather in both black and white, lace in black. Super comfortable.
You can never have too many shoes. I’ve never been a fan of clogs, but I have to say, the ones you feature are really cute! One thing I probably have too many of are colorful shoes. Whether they be leather loafers or colored Sketchers, I have the rainbow, but they’re a fun accessory!
I loved seeing how you style this range of shoes.
Have a great Thursday!
Hi, I need those artsy white jeans. Do you mind telling me where you got them. I’m an artists and would love to have a pair.
The shoes are great.
those are Ralph Lauren a few years old. but you could probably make your own!
What about loafers? I am seeing them everywhere and love the look. You’re fortunate to be able to wear high heels; I no longer can. I can’t wear clogs anymore either: The stiff wooden sole prevents fast walking, which is how I walk, and is awful for driving. I used to be able to run in clogs. Age may not be a number, but it sure is a heel height for most of us.
I have always had a weakness for shoes, but several years ago, my doctor said I needed to forget any shoe over 1 1/2″ high…due to back and foot issues. I had a private funeral for all of my heels. I am barely 5’2″, so I loved my heels. I have found a few low heel shoes for dress, but most of my shoes now are mules/slides with good arch support. I find because there’s no pressure at the heel in mules/slides, it’s more comfortable for my toe/foot issue. I really like that cute pair that you are wearing with that darling pair of black and tan/animal print leggings, but I can’t find what the brand is. Can you share? Thanks for all of your great fashion advice!
those are Dansko clogs. there should be something similar linked.
I love your style and really like the buckled sandals. Would you mind sharing where you purchased the striking barn art hanging on your wall – it’s striking!
i don’t believe it is available any longer but it’s from Ballards Design.
One of the most beautiful photos I have ever seen of Oscar!
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