Simon Miller Shoes Just Debuted & They’re As Cool & Colorful As The Clothes

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Any sartorially-savvy shopper could practically write love poems about their favorite pair of boots. But, there comes a time in the winter season where, as much as you love your lug-soled and over-the-knee styles, all you seem to be doing is daydreaming of the moment you can swap over to sandals. Now, to add some serious fuel to your warm weather reveries, Simon Miller shoes have officially landed — and they're making a strong case as the only shoes you'll need for spring.

Street style mavens and celebs alike have been flocking to Simon Miller's selection of leather accessories for several seasons now. The contemporary label's cult-fave — and seriously Insta-famous — bag styles, like the Bonsai and the Birch (the latter of which even Michelle Obama likes to tote) have proven the brand's adroit leather-working abilities. So the Feb. 15 arrival of Simon Miller's first-ever selection of shoes for Spring/Summer 2019 makes more than enough sense as the brand's next step.

The new collection features six different shoe styles, in a range of bold colors as bright as the brand's line of effortlessly cool clothes. Each of the vibrant styles, which range in price from $280 to $490, are crafted in either leather or rubber and couldn't be more ideal for spring — thanks to their open-toed (and on-trend) silhouettes. Your only problem? Choosing just one.

Wear-with-everything slides, in colors perfect for making even simple outfits pop, are essentially closet must-haves and guaranteed to be worn on repeat all spring. The Slice Slide, $280, comes in four shades, including an of-the-moment orange shade or an equally on-trend lime green, and has the kind of sleek silhouette that makes it seamlessly stylish. The $450 Chunk Slide, on the other hand, has Birkenstock-like appeal that's ideal for grounding those breezy dresses you'll be wearing when warmer weather arrives.

A super-high platform slide, $490, comes in a metallic silver color ready for nights out on the town along with three other shades, and the kitten-heeled Beep Thong, $370, proves that the throwback style is back for real. The collection's rounded out by the all-rubber two-strap $390 Tee heel that comes in two heights — it's especially compelling in a bold cobalt blue that's just as good for work as it is for play.

Check out some of the cool new styles from Simon Miller’s first-ever shoe collection, below, and head to the brand's site for more spring-ready selections.