With the weather warming up, we’re ready to show off our pedicures in a new pair of spring sandals. With the rollout of the new spring footwear trend, there’s never been a better time to start shopping.
Whether you want to get heeled slippers for a spring wedding or you need extra comfort from adjustable strap shoes for an outdoor picnic, there is a perfect spring sandal for you. This season we’re especially excited about the spring fashion and footwear trends that keep popping up – like a comfortable sandal in leather, the staying power of last season’s platform heels, an upgraded flip flop and classic strappy sandals ( both flat) with a return and heel!)
There’s a lot to explore, so we’ve picked some of our favorites to go with you. If you’re as excited about spring as we are, stop by and check out our favorite spring outfit selections, too.
Below, check out our list of the best sandals for spring, and upgrade your spring wardrobe now!
Favorite Heeled Slippers:
The Asunta Strappy Block Heel has three sloping straps that provide subtle texture and style to the sandals.
These stylish sandals are made to channel Rihanna – pair them with jeans and tie ankle straps around the hem.
Add effortless style to a cute spring outfit with these square toe heel sandals from Dolce Vita, available in a fun snake print.
Gen Xers will be scrambling to grab this pair of Y2K-inspired block heel sandals from Steve Madden in any of seven stylish colors.
If you love the knitted heel sandal trend but don’t want to shell out for Bottega Veneta prices, this elegant style from Mark Fisher has you covered.
This pair of Vince Camuto espadrilles makes walking in heel sandals feel easy. Get extra protection in these leather wedge heels with an extra adjustable strap around the ankle.
Favorite Sport Slippers:
These rubber Birkenstocks are perfect for any kind of weather.
The UGG Sport Yes sandal contours to your foot for all-day comfort and the flared straps gently hold your foot in place.
We love the bold style and color of this unexpected sandal from Sorel.
Get the perfect fit with these sporty, Velcro adjustable strap flats, available in both black and golden brown at Everlane.
The return of Crocs is a trend that is meant to stay in 2022. Elevate your comfort *and* style this spring and summer with comfortable wedge sandals from Crocs.
Favorite Flat Sandals:
Add a metallic pop to your spring wardrobe with these lightweight strappy sandals.
Made from vegan leather, these tie-up flat sandals are so versatile, you’ll be able to pair them with any outfit this spring, summer, and beyond.
We love how it fuses the espadrille with a flat sandal to create a fashionable yet accessible spring shoe.
Stay comfortable tearing up the dance floor at this spring’s weddings with these crossover slingbacks with trendy square toes.
These flat slides with contrast stitching from Sam Edelman are the perfect addition to your spring wardrobe.
These poolside slides are from Meghan Markle-approved Birdies.
Add some spring to your step with these pastel slides, which feature buttery soft leather, adjustable straps, and cushy footbeds.
Step into the trend of the season with these ultra cushioned platform pool slides made from non-slip vinyl for a safe stride.
Favorite Flip Flops:
The iconic Tory Burch sandal you love has been upgraded with a soft memory foam footbed.
Dua Lipa was seen rocking these throwback platform flip flops.
We are obsessed with these minimalist flat flip flops, which are available in a wide range of natural matte tones to match almost every skin tone.
If you don’t want to be quite as outrageous as Dua Lipa, this version of Platform Wedge from Free People works just as well.
Keep your feet safe from the hot sand this spring break, summer, and beyond with these classic flip flops, available in five bold colors.
Instantly upgrade your beachwear with these faux-suede flip flops from Reef.
Made with ultra-lightweight iQUISHION micro-bubble foam cushioning, you won’t believe a thong sandal can be so comfortable.
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