Spring Neutral Shoes

Pam's mules


Neutral shoes are huge this spring, and if you are vertically challenged like I am, this is a VERY good thing!  Neutral shoes help to elongate the legs, making you seem taller than you are.

I feel like this spring there are a lot of new shoes styles making an appearance…move aside platforms and ballet flats….say hello to the new kids in town!

Mules are back….but this time with a heel strap making them much more practical and comfortable to wear.  This is the perfect shoe to transition the seasons as they are boot-like!  Perforated leather is huge….bootie style sandals are a new go for dress-up.  Ankle strap heels are very simple and lady like.  And low wedge sandals are replacing gladiators. Pair skinny jeans or ankle trousers with  D’orsays instead of ballet flats.

Here are some of my neutral faves for spring…


neutral shoe collage

MULES (left to right)

Dolce Vita Harolyn Bootie, Dolce Vita Henna Bootie

PERFORATED LEATHER (left to right)

Louise et Cie Olivia 2 Sandals, Pour La Victoire York Woven Open Back Sandals

LOW WEDGES (left to right)

Steve Madden Neliee Sandals, Adam Tucker Lexa Sandals

ANKLE STRAP HEELS (left to right)

Joe’s Jeans Mallorie Sandals, J.Crew Lanie Stacked-Heel Sandals, Jeffrey Campbell Hough Ankle Strap Sandals

D’ORSAY FLATS (left to right)

Halogen Kayla Pointy Toe Flats, Sam Edelman Brayden d’Orsay Flats, Jeffrey Campbell In Love Laser Cut d’Orsay Flats


While we were in Phoenix, I did stop by the Nordstrom shoe department and just “happened” to come out with two pairs of shoes!  I couldn’t help myself.  The Dolce Vita Harolyn Booties have become an casual staple that I find myself wearing almost everyday!  And the Louise et Cie Olivia 2 Sandals are some of the most comfy heels that I have ever had!!  Two good investments I’d say…couldn’t afford not to!