As tempting as it can be to stockpile your shoe closet with feathery, sparkly, sky-high heels, we’ll grudgingly admit it’s not the most practical strategy (although our Pinterest tells a different story). Have these always-chic flats, heels, and sneakers (yes, sneakers!) to save yourself from what-to-wear moments—and some painful blisters.
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A basic black pump in suede or leather is the ultimate go-to, they pull together any outfit and add instant sophistication.
A barely-there ankle-strap sandal goes with just about anything and lengthens your legs.
Through snow and ice—all-weather boots are a must, especially when you can't bear to put on chunky snow boots for the umpteenth time.
A fashionable sneaker is the perfect weekend shoe, pair it with jeans and dresses alike
This menswear-inspired shoe has replaced the ballet flat as the quintessential run-around shoe. We favor a basic black or a bright color when it comes to flats.
The ubiquitous summer shoe to pair with everything from cut-off shorts to a floral sundress.
Need to add a little edge to your look? Ankle boots do the trick when paired with jeans or dresses.
Metallic heels are a no-brainer for an evening look—but they also work for daytime.
This '90s style is making a serious comeback—the stacked heel gives you a little height without sacrificing any comfort.
Snakeskin or leopard heels add sultry style to your look. We also consider this print a neutral when mixing with other prints.
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