17 Reasons To Walk Out The Door
Click through to see and shop some of our favorite street style shoes.
Sure, these are technically capable of helping you run like a gazelle, but it’s way more fun to walk slowly and stop for compliments.
Phil Oh of Street Peeper
If buckles and laces are keeping your from actually leaving your abode, we suggest these: Just three Velcro straps, to make it really easy!
Shea Marie of Peace Love Shea
Still feeling the after-effects of the Celine fur Birkenstock explosion from summer? FOMO relief is here with these furry, mink-trim slip-ons from Fendi.
Sometimes you want to make it all about the socks and we don’t blame you! That’s where these sleek court shoes come in.
A python shoe will get a lot more mileage than you think possible. The pattern fades to a neutral and goes with everything.
Is it a high-cut lace-up or a low-cut bootie? Who cares? This one looks great with asymmetrical skirts and fishnet ankle socks.
Not quite ready for that mosh pit? Add a touch of grunge with a luxe, polished combat boot.
This is how you get legs for days – choose a pointed toe ankle boot that fits snugly around your ankle and has a thin heel.
A silver bootie with a western slant marries the past and the future, adding edge to any day look.
Make open-toe platforms before-sunset appropriate by adding a pair of woolly, opaque tights to streamline the look.
Metallic shoes are surprisingly versatile if you choose to see them that way. The trick to wearing a gold shoe during the day? Keep it ladylike, with a midi skirt and cashmere pullover.
Somewhere between ankle strap pumps and cut out ankle boots is this cute number, which is, in our opinion, fiercely chic.
Stay ahead of the fashion pack with a futuristic creeper that’s Harajuku street style by way of St. Marks Place punk.
A common misconception of the classic brown ankle boot is that it’s indigenous to Coachella and the like. Truth: it’s just as comfortable with a black jersey dress on a city street.