Whether you’re a minimalist or a hoarder, we all need a core rotation of styles within our shoe repertoire that will weather spring showers and keep you cool come summer. To keep up with our active routines, our shoes need to be as resilient as we are, and functionality is key when pounding the pavement or running around the house.

But, let’s be honest, as style-conscious beings we want our shoes to be pretty, too – and we don’t believe style and substance are mutually exclusive? Shoes can elevate any outfit – no matter how mundane your outing. So shop our hand-selected pairs to put a little spring in your step. 

Toga Boots
With the countdown to Glastonbury officially on, stylish punters will have a footwear hero on standby: enter the reliable ankle boot. Cowboy boots are an enduring style and with the current lust for Americana this Toga pair do just the job, seamlessly riding the rodeo wave. Couple the statement boots with a spring dress for festival-ready chic or try pairing them with jeans and a tee for an elevated everyday getup. 

Vagabond sandals
Friendly reminder – it’s pedicure season! These classic, and super comfy sandals by Vagabond are heatwave ready, but practical doesn’t mean forsaking style, the tie-around strap in this season’s must-have electric blue will keep you going the distance. 

Vagabond Heel
Opt for a slightly lower heel to stay chic while running your errands. Merging statement lime green with a modern silhouette, these zesty pumps by Vagabond are sure to become a wardrobe staple – the perfect standout style for women about town. 

Re/done x Scholl
For those with a penchant for the past, this shoe that stands the test of time is an orthopaedic-approved Scholl sandal. Reimagined by Redone as part of a limited-edition capsule, opt for this modern twist on a classic to complement your routine looks with some heritage glam. For extra points, the clog soles and leather straps are responsibly sourced and crafted, staying true to the sustainable brands’ commitment to circularity.

By Emily Whitehurst