I Know My Fashion Friends Would Be All Over These Under-$100 Nordstrom Shoes

As a fashion editor, there’s nothing that gets me going more than uncovering a special find to elevate a wardrobe. Bonus points if the said item just so happens to skew on the affordable end as well, which brings me to why we’re here today. Yep, after a recent peruse through the new arrivals section at Nordstrom, I found quite the range of chic spring and summer shoe styles that all just so happen to ring in under $100.

The silhouettes in question are all unique in their own right, but they have one key element in common: each has quite an of-the-moment feeling. Basically, they’re all styles my fashion friends would probably be all over thanks to their current design qualities. So let’s get to the good stuff. Keep scrolling to uncover the best under-$100 Nordstrom shoes to either shop now or bookmark and add to your cart later.

Very much yes to the toe strap and square-toe detail.

The pops of color make these canvas sneakers even more unique.

Chic slides to wear in the house or outside.

Faux snakeskin in rainbow hues? Sounds great.

I'm starting to see the scrunch detail more and more on shoe silhouettes.

These feel fancy (but without the expensive price tag).

Honestly, these chunky sandals would look especially cool with white tube socks.

Can't go wrong with a fresh pair of white kicks.

Mock croc elevates any shoe silhouette, including these mules.

The square-toe silhouette continues to trend hard.

Faux suede will often make a shoe style feel much more expensive than it is. Case in point…

Not your average ballet silhouette with the square toe.

The contrasting hues here take these mules to the next level.

A sleek pair of strappy sandals under $100? Done.

Highly versatile thanks to the modern shape.

Because it's all about ease and comfort RN.

Old-school sneakers for the win.

A+ for this forward silhouette with the knotted design.

These will add polish to just about anything you're wearing.

Breathable and cushy—you may just want to wear these all the time.

And another example of on-trend scrunching.