There are a lot of shoe trends for Spring 2011, but the following 5 are my absolute favorite styles to rock this season. The best part? All of the shoes featured are $30 or less – so feel free to pick up a pair of each at these prices!
1. Ankle Straps
Ankle strap heels are a huge trend this season, and I personally love them because they usually have some type of embellishment that really makes a shoe pop. These Michael Antonio pumps (available in red, black or grey) add the perfect touch of rock-star style to your look and are a great alternative for women who like an edgier style.
2. Floral Details
Floral embellishments are perfect for spring, and are popping up on all kinds of shoes from espadrilles to heels to flats. These adorable ballerina flats from Liliana by Journee Co are the perfect way to liven up any outfit. Available in black, silver and turqoise, the large floral design on the toe will add a touch of whimsy to your wardrobe!
Espadrilles have long been a staple of spring and summer wardrobes, and this season is no exception. These modest-heeled wedge espadrilles from Old Navy (available in brown, white and black) are the perfect neutrals that will work with anything in your outfit. Try a pair with a denim skirt and embellished tank for an effortless spring look!
70’s-inspired fashion was huge on the runways, and shoes are no different! Channel your own disco vibe with these gorgeous 70’s style stiletto heels. Available in nude and brown, these shoes feature a 5″ heel, 1″ platform and peep toe styling to let your pedicure peek out!
Cut-out details add an extra dose of style to shoes, and these gorgeous “shootie” (a cross between a bootie and a shoe) features an all-over cut-out pattern; adjustable ankle strap for comfort, and a wrapped 4″” cone heel. Available in your choice of blue or grey, this shoe will be sure to make frequent appearances throughout the season!
These are easily the 5 hottest shoe trends for Spring 2011, and at $30 or less you can afford to buy more than one pair to work into your Spring wardrobe. Which style is your favorite?