And Now, Here's How to Shop Spring's 7 Biggest Shoe Trends for Under $100

A new season is just around the corner, and one of the easiest ways to take on spring’s coolest new trends is with a brand-spanking-new pair of shoes. The S/S 20 runways provided a fresh wave of shoe inspiration destined to be all over our feeds in just a few months’ time. Luckily, there’s a little something to suit every sartorial taste. Pumps and heels came embellished with gorgeous chains, and loafers got a modern update in the form of high heels, slingbacks, and hardware. Lace-up ankle-strap sandals zhuzhed up spring dresses, and for the minimalists, sleek toe-ring and thong designs added polish to every ensemble. Below, we’re rounding up some of the biggest shoe trends for spring and summer 2020 that you can score right now for under $100—because we know there’s still plenty of shopping to do before the new season arrives.

Chain Accents

From sandals to pumps and flats, chain accents adorned all types of footwear in the form of delicate anklet-style straps as well as chunky, statement-making links. They'll unquestionably bring some unexpected sparkle to your shoes this spring.



Heeled Loafers

Time to welcome heeled loafers back into your wardrobe this spring. The sophisticated shoe was omnipresent on the runways and featured intriguing sartorial twists, such as slingback styles, buckles, textured fabrics, and fun patterns—giving the classic shoe a thoroughly contemporary touch.


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Elevate your look (quite literally) with a pair of modern platforms this spring. From sleek and modern flatforms at Tibi to embellished espadrilles at Simone Rocha and chunky '70s platform boots at Gucci, it's time to lift up your look with a strong sole.

Ankle Straps

Your ankles are getting all tied up this spring. From ankle-wrap espadrilles to gladiator-style sandals, it's all about lace-up ankle straps this season, which will add the prettiest touch to your spring and summer dresses. For the fashionably fearless, try tying them up over your pants for a runway-approved look.


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Minimalist Heels

Sleek, modern, and clean—for the minimalists at heart, there were plenty of stylish soles in reimagined contemporary designs. Opt for toe-ring heeled sandals, thongs, and slick black and white hues.




Love them or hate them, clogs are trending for spring/summer 2020, playing into the prevalent '70s theme we saw on the runways. Wear them with everything from relaxed tailored trousers to floral midi dresses.


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Mary Janes

We see Mary Jane heels creep in and out of fashion, but let's be honest: They're a forever classic at this point. This season's iterations come in bold and colorful hues with playful details.


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