Do you think life is too short to wear ugly shoes? And life is definitely too short to wear uncomfortable shoes. Luckily, today we have options and I’ve picked nine cute, casual spring sneakers for women to get us started.
If you’re like me, you love a cute and comfortable shoe combination and I think sneakers are the way to go. Whether you’re wearing them with dresses, shorts, or pants, there’s a sneaker for that and this season there are TONS of cute spring sneakers to keep our feet and fashion sense happy.
But first, let’s clear one thing up, do you say “sneakers” or “tennis shoes” (actually more like, “tena-shoes”) or maybe “trainers“?
NEUTRAL NOT BORING
I tend to like neutral colors when it comes to shoes (especially white sneakers) and will be sharing mostly neutrals with you today.
Keep in mind, the more neutral the sneaker the more versatile it is, especially when it comes to wearing them with pants and skirts.
Want to know what the BEST COLOR SHOES for you are? I tell you here!
But, I recently styled these Wiley sneakers for a campaign with Vionic Shoes in this bright turquoise shade called Wasabi and I can see how adding a pop of color to a neutral outfit could make some shoe-lovers really happy. I’ve included them in my sneaker round-up in white also because I love the small platform and the arch support they offer. So comfortable even without an insert. (Note: the white is a slightly gray tint.)
Speaking of inserts, I have a couple of foot issues, and even when I buy comfortable and supportive shoes, I have to add my custom orthotics to most of my sneakers. I have two over-the-counter brands that I use as well (depending on the shoe) and will share those with you in another post.
But right now, let’s cut to the chase because so I’m excited to share these with you. And let’s be honest, I’m going to order a couple of pairs too. 😉
CUTE CASUAL SPRING SNEAKERS FOR WOMEN
All these sneakers range from $40 to $130, so nothing ridiculously expensive.
I own number one and will soon own number nine but I have also ordered number three to try as a cross-over sneaker – one that can be a casual sneaker but that I could also wear on a walk. You know, to pair down shoes for traveling. I’m telling my husband that it’s really a “practical purchase”. HA!
So now you know…
I’m Paula and I have a sneaker addiction. 😉
I may also have a thing for booties too, or at least strong opinions about them – check out this post.
Which are your faves?