There’s nothing that will make your feet feel as free as ditching snow-weathered, mud-spattered boots for an airy pair of flats. And after a winter spent tugging, zipping, and lacing, it's heavenly to slip flats on and go. We rounded up some of our favorite new pairs for spring.
This basic spring flat from Payless comes in a variety of shades. We love the chambray for its breezy versatility, but there’s a very pretty spring floral, too.
The twist design adds eye-catching detail that’s understated enough for everyday wear. The price can't be beat, and reviewers have been giving it high marks, too.
Dramatic colorblocking and bold black lines give these Aldo flats a pop art vibe that’s subtle enough for the office, but still makes a fun statement. There's also a cobalt blue option available.
The classic smoking slipper gets a breath of fresh sea air with nautically inspired navy-and-white stripes. The rubber outsole is designed to grip the ground whether it’s wet or dry (as you should expect from Sperry). Create a color contrast with skinny slacks in bright coral, or tuck a crisp white shirt into a navy A-line skirt for a seaworthy style that doesn't go overboard.
Cutouts give these flats an airy vibe and let your foot breathe. We love the “Fiesta Red” color for a bright pop in spring outfits (maybe pulling out the red in a floral print?).
We'll splurge on TOMS for two reasons. First, the quality is worthwhile. More importantly, your purchase means someone in need gets a pair. (TOMS also often has promo codes for discounts, so check out our TOMS coupons page before you shop.)
The Clarks Lockney Hot flats are available in Honey Leather, a buttery shade of deep daffodil. Cutouts add a special touch to the ballet flat style. Like most Clarks shoes, these are made for comfortable wear, too.