As if the bright shade didn’t make these fabric slippers stand out enough, the intricate metal cap at the toe gives them a high-end designer touch (for a song!). Also in black.To buy: $40, zara.com.Featured March 2013For heels, wedges, and even more flats, see this roundup of spring shoes.
Metallic flats are like the LBD of footwear—you can wear them anywhere, anytime, and they always look perfectly on point. Also in bark and jazzberry.To buy: $50, solesociety.com.
You can never go wrong with the quintessentially timeless ballet slipper silhouette. This one’s fabric upper makes it different yet still versatile. Or choose from one of the 21 other colors and fabrics.To buy: $98, bananarepublic.com.
Color blocking takes to shoes in a cheerful, airy leather style. And just like all Sperry Top-Siders, the rubber soles have good grip to keep you steady under all conditions. In three colors.To buy: $110, sperrytopsider.com.
The gleaming hardware and pale shade of this embossed-leather pick looks its coolest against black or a superbright color. Also in black.To buy: $120, piperlime.com.
Whether you wear this fun striped pair with sleek black pants or a colorful twirly dress, the result is simply charming.To buy: $82, madewell.com.
The pointy toe of these leather flats lengthens legs to create the illusion of wearing heels. Also in marine blue.To buy: $98, bodenusa.com.
They look like cork, but these cute neon-bow-trimmed slip-ons are surprisingly made of printed fabric.To buy: $59.50, loft.com.
Smoking slippers seem even more luxurious in blue and orange suede with a rich snakeskin texture. Lucky for you, this pair is very affordable.To buy: $69, miashoes.com.
In the market for classic black flats? Consider this great pair. The snakeskin texture and low-cut design give them that extra something special.To buy: $128, anntaylor.com.
Part sweet, part bold, these ankle-strap flats dazzle in two-tone patent leather.To buy: $130, jcrew.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail