Spring Shoes: Target edition

So ALL of these shoes are from Target. Yes, ALL. They’re also affordable and absolutely perfect for this Spring season. The best part? You can walk for miles in all of them. I love my comfort and practicality so I’ll never recommend a product I don’t think is worth the money. Ever.

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I’ll be honest, I don’t own all of these. But I have tried them on and walked around in the store (because what else is there to do at Target). Haha, not only that, but I have some friends who own a majority of these shoes. Take comfort in knowing this isn’t the blind leading the blind!

I created this little cheat sheet on Polyvore, which links to all the products as well as show the price of each. Super convenient! Now, let me tell y’all why I chose what I did:

  1. Ankle straps make up the perfect classic and casual shoes.
  2. These neutral colors make choosing what shoes to wear a breeze.
  3. Mules make getting out the door even quicker since you simply slip them on! The white mules can make any outfit look chic. The blush pink automatically give your outfit that extremely coveted Spring attitude! Get it, girl!
  4. The white open-ankle bootie is the perfect transition piece for every season. Booties are already a staple piece. This one just happens to be one of the more unique ones!

Hope you all liked my picks! Everything can be found on Target.com. Let me know which ones were your favorites and if you have any others you think I should try out! We can bond over our unhealthy love for this amazing place, hah! Until next week!

With Love,

Susan

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