Polished, classic, edgy and more; click through the slideshow to see the shoes that have us testing our tomboy limits.
Denni Elias of Chic Muse
Sleek and quirky, Elias’ Tod’s lace-up shoes are perfect for a casual day with your BFF.
Christina Caradona of Trop Rouge
The great thing about Caradona’s patchwork Kenneth Cole boots? They will go with everything, we promise.
Saray Martín of Dansvogue
Ok, we snuck this one into the mix. Though not quite a loafer or a lace-up, these little ankle booties are perfectly on-trend with their clean shape and subtle heel.
Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes
Pair Dries Van Noten’s lace-up booties with an oversized tweed coat, and you’ll be the chicest girl on the block.
Kling took the borrowed-from-the-boys trend literally, tweeting “If you have big feet…. You can buy men’s shoes!” @elinkling
Get it, girl.
Ann Kim of Andy Heart
We are certain we could walk for days in these beautiful Alexander Wang lace-up boots.
Evangelie Smyrniotaki of Style Heroine
Who wouldn’t want to wear these shiny Celine brogues to a holiday party?
Ashley Glorioso of Purse n boots
For a more laid-back take on the boyish trend, try Miista’s lace-up boots. Style them with your favorite vintage t-shirt and you’re good to go for the day.
Leather Printed Moccasins ($129) in Green
Bette Patent Loafers ($195) in Plum
Caesar Booties ($180) in Nut Dream
Marseille Tassle Slippers ($45) in Burgundy
The Tibecca Oxfords ($490) in Black Pony
Hume Loafers ($391) in Black
Kauluwehi Boots ($140) in Black
Metallic Leather Loafers ($730) in Brown
Hudson Loafers ($150) in Silver
Accomplice Boots ($110) in True Blue