Best spring shoes and styles for 2014

Shop for the latest shoes this spring with our roundup of the best footwear trends for men and women

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Spring is here, which means it’s officially time to start putting away your winter gear—we’re looking at you, boots—and think about warmer-weather options. This spring, four big shoe trends are primed to pound NYC pavements in a big way. From men’s graphic slip-ons to the return of mules for the ladies, here are the must-have spring shoes for 2014—available in many New York City shoe stores.

  • Mules

    The backless shoe is back, thanks to its much-needed makeover. This season features a higher heel and clog-like shapes.

    10 Crosby Derek Lam Katy suede platform clogs, $350, at Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave at 49th St (212-753-4000, saks.com)

  • Zara leather high heel mules, $99, at Zara, locations throughout the city; visit zara.com

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    Zara leather wide heel mules, $99, at Zara, locations throughout the city; zara.com

  • Topshop Waltz perforated mule, $85, at topshop.com

  • Belle by Sigerson Morrison Eris mule, $225, at piperlime.com

  • Graphic kicks 

    Printed canvas sneakers are a staple for guys every spring. This year, go for a black-and-white design or a bold photographic splash.

    Kurt Geiger KG Cassius shoes, $100, at Kurt Geiger, 375 Bleecker St between Charles and Perry Sts (212-367-0830, us.kurtgeiger.com)

  • BucketFeet Earth slip-on, $65, at nordstrom.com

  • Vans Era Landscape sneakers, $60, bloomingdales.com

  • Generic Surplus Harrington Borstal shoes, $85, at revolveclothing.com

  • Tretorn Nylite featuring Florance Broadhurts shoes, $95, at tretorn.com

  • Fashion sneakers 

    The sportswear trend is huge right now. A highly stylized shoe means you won’t look like an ’80s businesswoman on her lunch break.

    Topshop x Adidas high-tops, $132, at Topshop, 478 Broadway between Broome and Grand Sts (212-966-9555, topshop.com

  • Nike Dunk Super Hi, $180, at bloomingdales.com

  • Lanvin Holographic-effect leather sneakers, $695, at mytheresa.com

  • Nike Roshe Run Midnight Craftwork series, $141, at mytheresa.com

  • Keds Rookie wedge chambray stripe, $65, at keds.com

  • Silver

    The metallic hue continues to make waves this year. Pair it with a pastel blazer and blue jeans for the right mix of girly and downtown edge.

    Vince Camuto Fortuner heel, $129, at Vince Camuto, locations throughout the city; visit vincecamuto.com

  • Topshop Fang double buckle flatforms, $80, at topshop.com

  • SJP Jill sandal, $345, at nordstrom.com

  • K. Jacques two-strap platform wedge sandals, $425, at scoopnyc.com

  • Dolce Vita flat slip-on sneakers, $139, at bloomingdales.com

Mules

The backless shoe is back, thanks to its much-needed makeover. This season features a higher heel and clog-like shapes.

10 Crosby Derek Lam Katy suede platform clogs, $350, at Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave at 49th St (212-753-4000, saks.com)


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