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Spring has arrived and pedicure season is upon us! That means it’s time to ditch the winter boots and spruce up our shoe wardrobe.
Style expert Lilliana Vazquez featured four top spring shoe trends on her “Luxe for Less” segment Friday. And these pretty pairs will have you lacing up and jumping for joy at their reasonable price point of less than $50.
There are plenty of options to choose from: flats and heels, neutrals and brights and fun details and colors that'll be sure to put a "spring" in your step this season.
We’ve seen bold-face names and top celebrities make all-white sneakers look super cool. Here’s how you can rock the all-white trend without breaking the bank.
Sneakers with snakeskin-patterned detail on heel, hm.com, $29.99
Sneakers with velcro fasteners, hm.com, $34.99
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Saturday Morning Cartoons White Slip-On, Lulus.com, $17
Nothing is easier than a slip-on sandal.
Gimme Flat Sandal, chineselaundry.com, $39.98
Two Strap Slide Sandals, express.com, $24.90
Lace them up and out the door you go!
Call It Spring Hussey Chunky Heel Sandals, jcpenney.com, $44.99
ASOS JOAN Lace up Espadrilles, ASOS.com, $28
Tayrey, Justfab.com, $39.95
Elevate your look with ease by sliding into a pair of these mules.
Pretty in the City Grey Peep-Toe Mules, Lulus.com, $36
Simply Vera Vera Wang Women's Stretch Mules, Kohls.com, $49.99
Color Block Pointed Toe Mule Heels, Charlotterusse.com, $19.99
Cheers to spring and putting a best-dressed foot forward.
TODAY.com contributor Lisa A. Flam is a news and lifestyles reporter in New York. Follow her on Twitter: @lisaflam