It's not hot, but not cold, not quite rainy nor sunny, and the hourly forecast report can't seem to make up its mind—so what kind of shoes are you supposed to wear? Click through for some great transitional footwear to carry you through until sandal season!
Maybe you love rocking a tomboy-chic skirt + sneakers ensemble, but you find that the stifling heat of a high-top sneaker can be unbearable. Why not try a sneaker with cutouts so you can feel the crisp spring breeze between your toes?
Kelli Cut Out High Top Sneakers, $59.99, DV8 by Dolce Vita, macys.com
When the temperatures start to drop in the evening, it is almost certain that a full-on open-toe shoe will prove inadequate. A peep-toe bootie, on the other hand, will keep your ankles nice and toasty, all while showing off your fresh pedicure!
In my mind, espadrilles have always been more of a summer shoe, but a lightweight canvas version is certainly still appropriate for spring. Plus, what could possibly be more cute than a nautical anchor print?