Throwing out those tattered, salt-stained boots after the last snowfall has to be one of the most satisfying wardrobe purges of the year. Finally, the moment you've been waiting for — the one where you swap all the shoes that winter has done terrible things to for a fresh new collection — is here. First things first, you'll need to get acquainted with the shoe trends celebrities are projecting for spring.
Cold weather really has a way of compromising a person's style. Day after day, it's the same formula: Jeans. Coat. Boots. Repeat. Don't they say that repetition is the definition of insanity?
Thankfully, spring has arrived just in time to save you from the maddening monotony of winter clothes. After you've finished up with that inaugural pedicure, you'll definitely be wanting a cute pair of strappy shoes to slip your pampered feet into, so it's a good thing your favorite celebrities have you covered in what's on-trend.
Rainbow heels, retro platforms, and elevated versions of your fuzzy house slippers are just a few of the styles you'll be seeing this spring. Combat boots and chunky white styles will maintain their popularity, too.
Ahead, 20 shoe styles to try immediately, according to celebrities.
RHW said it best with the caption, "White boots make a look." This mod, '60s-inspired footwear has been trending for a while now and according to Huntington-Whiteley, it's not going anywhere. The exact pair she wears, ahead.
Strappy Sandal Heels
Contrary to the chunky block heel, strappy, dainty, barely there sandal styles are the thing to try this spring.
Colorful Gym Shoes
There are too many neutral hues in the sneaker section these days. Gabrielle Union encourages you to liven up your gym look with a bold color this season.
Exaggerated Pointed Toes
There's nothing new about a pointed toe but lately, designers have been making them needle sharp.
Olivia Palermo has a new obsession with super-feminine details on her sneakers. You can bet this is will be the next segment in the saga of chunky white tennis shoes.
The Converse high-tops you wore nonstop in high school are back and Whitney Port's latest outfits make them look so high-fashion.
Emma Roberts' look is proof that sporty laces are the best way to give the classic ankle boot a spring upgrade.
Who could forget those iconic black platform sandals from the '90s? Slowly but surely, they're coming back in style. Get the look with Bosworth's Coachella slides.
Gemma Chan's strappy sandal heels are the perfect way to try out the emerging rainbow trend. Her outfit is proof that they're surprisingly versatile, too.
Take chunky to the next level with boxy platform heels. Not only are they super fashionable, but they'll lift you a couple extra inches, too.
Snake print is the trend that just keeps giving. The spring version is even bigger and bolder than before (think knee-high boots and platforms).
Hale's sandals are a beautiful hybrid of two trendy styles: "ugly" tourist shoes and sporty slides.
You can keep sporting boots all summer long if you wish, but opt for an over-the-knee pair to wear with your mini dresses and jumpsuits.
It's time to reintroduce Vans into your casual footwear lineup. Those skater jeans you just bought will thank you.
Lately, Emma Roberts, Katie Holmes, and Brie Larson's looks have shown that ballerina flats can be more than just cute. They're fit for rocker tees and pretty dresses all the same.
Spring is synonymous with color and in 2019, that means a whole lot of neon. Take the highlighter trend from the runway to your shoe collection with a pair of strappy heels.
It's all about the slouch nowadays and there's no better way to keep your feet nice and cool in your boots.
Gigi Hadid and her model friends (looking at you, Kaia Gerber) aren't taking a break from their beloved combat boots anytime soon.
Hailey Baldwin (and her husband, Justin Bieber) is to thank for making house slippers an acceptable outdoor shoe choice. Hudgens' is about as fluffy and comfortable as they come.
You don't have to be a farmhand to go full country this spring. Make like Sophie Turner and elevate your denim with a pair of bold cowboy boots.