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Step into Spring: 9 Must-Have Shoe Styles Under $300

9 Shoe Styles Reigning Supreme This Spring—All for Under $300

9 Shoe Styles Reigning Supreme This Spring—All for Under $300

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Vogue’s It Shoes Under $300:

When the weather doesn’t quite yet permit spring’s hottest fashions, there’s one surefire way to make a serious sartorial statement: through fabulous footwear. And this season, those items at the top of our shopping list include pairs of minimalist mesh flats, classically cool driving loafers, red hot Mary Janes, and retro sneakers. The best part, you might ask? All check out under the $300 mark, proving that some of spring’s most standout shoe styles just happen to be affordable.

The Crystal-Embellished Flat:

  1. Mango rhinestone ballerinas, $80

The Cherry Red Loafer:

  1. M.Gemi Sacca Donna shoes, $298

The Minimalist Mesh Flat:

  1. Everlane Day ballet flats, $145

The Driving Loafer:

  1. Coach Ronnie leather loafers, $165

The Suede Loafer:

  1. Sam Edelman Lucca loafers, $150

The Retro Sneaker:

  1. Vince Oasis mixed retro sneakers, $250

The Metallic Flat:

  1. Ayede Delfina metallic-leather ballet flats, $271

The Classic Black Ballet Flat:

  1. Loeffler Randall Landon bow ballerina flats, $250

The Ladylike Pump:

  1. Reformation Helena T-strap pumps, $278

The Croc-Embellished Kitten Heel:

  1. Zara animal-print high-heeled mules, $90

It also doesn’t hurt that the season’s best affordable shoes have the A-list and street style seal of approval. Take Hailey Bieber and Jennifer Lawrence, for example. Bieber is a huge fan of red footwear, stepping out in cherry red pairs of penny loafers from The Row, or in Jil Sander’s slingback mules. Similar options below include those from M.Gemi and COS. As for Lawrence, the star considers second-skin mesh flats the centerpiece of any minimalist outfit formula. Then there is the driving loafer, which has officially taken over the streets of fashion week (and those at Vogue HQ).

Embellished Flats

Curious what’s topping each of our editor’s wish lists this spring? Fancy embellished flats, of course. Whether you choose Loeffler Randall’s Mary Janes or Raye’s crystal-covered pair, these It items are the ultimate day-to-night delight. And at under $300, who could resist a shoe that plays double duty in their closet?

Mango

rhinestone ballerinas $80

Loeffler Randall

Leonie crystal-embellished ballet flats $250

Tony Bianco

Miami flats $170

Schutz

Arissa shine flats $148

Raye

Jane flats $188

Michaela

gem Mary Jane flats $160

Red Footwear

If you’re not wearing pairs of cherry red footwear just yet, you’re certainly about to be. Hailey Bieber is a fan, after all! Outstanding options include polished penny loafers from M.Gemi and Steve Madden, and minimalist Mary Janes from COS and Reformation.

M.Gemi

Sacca Donna shoes $298

Steve Madden

Ridley red leather loafers $100

COS

Mary Jane ballet flats $170

Reformation

Annie bow-embellished pumps $268

J.Crew

Quinn square-toe ballet flats $148

Margaux

Demi flats $245

Minimalist Mesh Flats

There’s no debate—mesh flats continue to be the hottest shoe of the season. And lately the models are more minimalist than ever. Sleek black pairs from Everlane and Loeffler Randall are classic with a twist, while nude-colored flats from Madewell and Massimo Dutti are certified second skin. Mango’s metallic mesh flats are not to be missed out on either.

Everlane

Day ballet flats $145

Loeffler Randall

Landon mesh ballet flats $250

Mango

semi-transparent mesh ballerinas $70

Anthropologie

mesh ballet flats $140

Madewell

Greta round-toe ballet flats $110

Massimo Dutti

mesh ballet flats $129


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