43 Amazing Pairs of Affordable Shoes to Buy When You're Bored

Boredom can strike at any moment (you can only watch so many episodes of Real Housewives in a row, right?), so we suggest using your sacred downtime wisely and indulging in a little guilt-free shoe shopping. To help you along, we chose 43 pairs for you to ease your boredom and boost your wardrobe. Luckily, some of the best shoes on the market right now happen to be some of the easiest on the wallet.

We’re particularly fond of a pair of snake-embossed ankle boots by Mango that look designer, a pair of Adidas It sneakers, and plenty of cool Western boots—and while some of these shoes are particularly on trend for the season, others are classic and timeless. Your boredom level, shoe collection, and wallet will all thank us. Keep scrolling to shop your boredom away.

Love a good contrasting stitch detail.

A classic gets a very fall 2018 update.

This vinyl trend isn't going anywhere just yet.

Do cowboy boots even get better than this?

Every winter wardrobe needs a pair of cool black sneakers.

As far as leopard-print boots go, this pair is perfect.

Croc embossing really takes these to the next level.

These would be so chic with a monochrome outfit.

Great job with these loafers, Zara.

You'll reach for these mules every weekend.

Your search for the perfect black ankle boots ends here.

You can never have too many pretty flats.

Patent accessories are all the rage right now.

The neutral color palette makes these so easy to wear.

We'll be shocked if these don't sell out soon.

And this isn't even the last pair of animal-print shoes.

Not animal print, but just as cool.

Furry sandals > regular sandals.

Sometimes you just want something simple.

A fresh take on loafers, courtesy of Everlane.

We plan on wearing these with black skinny jeans.

Slime green is the color everyone wants this year.

In case it's time to replace your old white ankle boots.

Fun fact: Emma Roberts just wore these.

If fall were a pair of shoes, it'd be these.

We can't resist a swiss dot detail.

Wear these with socks now and without later.

The Dr. Martens you wore in high school probably didn't look like these.