Our top picks include Meghan Markle’s favorite comfy sneakers for 20 percent off.

By Laura Reilly
Updated February 14, 2019
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Presidents’ Day is best known as a thrifty occasion for buying mattresses and home goods and, while those deals are some of the best of the year, the deep markdowns that retailers are offering on fashion items should not go unnoticed.

In fact, a good deal of shops have already launched their Presidents’ Day sales with tons of discounts on accessories. We’re seeing some of the lowest prices of the year on designer shoes—and you don’t even have to wait until February 18 to shop them.

We’ve combed through all of the hottest sales happening now and found the best designer shoes at the deepest discounts. Scroll on below to shop our picks from Nordstrom, Shopbop, Macy’s, and more.

Superga 'Acot Linea' Sneaker
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Superga 'Acot Linea' Sneaker

These comfortable shoes are a royal favorite, having been seen on the feet of Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton alike. The thick soles provides about an inch of lift while remaining extremely wearable all day long.

To buy: $64 (was $80); nordstrom.com.

Marc Fisher Retire Booties
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Marc Fisher Retire Booties

The snakeskin trend isn’t going anywhere soon, and these gorgeous, marked-down booties are the perfect excuse to try it on for size. More of a minimalist? Get the same pair, but in white, black, or red suede (also on sale!)

To buy: $85 (was $129); macys.com.

Dries Van Noten Jacquard Slide Sandals
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Dries Van Noten Jacquard Slide Sandals

Ready your rolling suitcases, ladies. Spring vacation is coming, and these tropical woven slides ought to be on your packing list. The flora-forward pattern is everything we love about Belgian designer Dries Van Noten, and the 50 percent discount is exactly the kind of deal we’d like to find to make the investment that much easier.

To buy: $237 (was $475); mytheresa.com.

Rag & Bone Beha Booties
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Rag & Bone Beha Booties

The white boot trend can move over, we’re calling out red booties as the next hot shoe. This fiery pair by Rag & Bone features a manageable heel and a patent toe cap that will keep these looking brand new for long after you buy them.

To buy: $289 (was $525); shopbop.com.

Mansur Gavriel 40mm Double Strap Suede Sandals
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Mansur Gavriel 40mm Double Strap Suede Sandals

You might know Mansur Gavriel best as a celebrity-approved handbag brand, but its shoes have just as much to offer as Emma Stone’s arm candy. These low-heel suede sandals are guaranteed to become a staple in your warm weather wardrobe year after year—and at such high quality, they’ll actually stand the test of time.

To buy: $285 (was $475); mytheresa.com.

Hunter Refined Low Heel Ankle Matte Boot
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Hunter Refined Low Heel Ankle Matte Boot

If you’re looking for a name-brand rain boot that’s both functional and looks sharp, Hunter is the obvious answer. The oxblood tint to this version brings the wellie into 2019, and the cropped height keeps it versatile—just tug them on with a pair of straight-leg jeans or some raw-edge skinnies.

To buy: $61 (was $145); revolve.com.

Yosi Samra Dante Open Toe Sandals
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Yosi Samra Dante Open Toe Sandals

A flashy silver sheen elevates these mules from casual, out-the-door footwear to the highlight of your outfit. With warm weather just around the corner, these are sure to become your new (more interesting than Birkenstocks) everyday go-tos.

To buy: $90 (was $128); shopbop.com.

Self-Portrait Leather Lily Mules
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Self-Portrait Leather Lily Mules

You may know this brand from its spot-on wedding guest dresses, but what you might not have realized is that Self-Portrait’s shoe line is equally on the money. This plaid scarf-accented mule will instantly elevate a pair of jeans and a tee to a full-on Outfit.

To buy: $207 (was $460); fwrd.com.