They're trending for a reason.

By Summer Cartwright
Updated March 10, 2020
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I’m not sure how the saying “add a little pep to your step” came to fruition, but if I had to guess, I’d assume it was inspired by a pair of fabulous printed shoes—like these leopard flats that are currently trending at Nordstrom. The pointed-toe loafers won’t just add a pep, but a leap, to every strut you take.

The fun flats bring energy and flare to any outfit, whether it’s business-professional slacks and a blazer or relaxed jeans and a tee on the weekend. And while some flats don’t exactly feel great on your feet, comfort is the reason these shoes are such a hit. If you take a quick scroll through the reviews, you’ll see that shopper after shopper is commenting on how comfortable the work-perfect flats are.

“I can wear them and walk around all day!” wrote one reviewer, while another said the flats stay comfortable on their feet “without a problem,” even after an 11-hour workday. Other shoppers mentioned how many compliments they get on these shoes—one person said they receive at least one compliment every single time they wear them.

The comfort flats come in regular and wide widths, as well as four colorways: tan, black, leopard, and snakeskin, all of which are on sale for up to 35 percent off right now. Adding a pair of dependable, versatile flats to your closet can make all the difference when it comes to transitioning weather and jam-packed schedules—with these around, you’ll have a go-to pair you can easily slip on and wear with any outfit. Talk about putting a pep in your step.

Steve Madden Feather-L Genuine Calf Hair Loafer Flat Leopard

To buy: $60 (was $92);

Steve Madden Feather Studded Loafer Tan Snake Print

To buy: $50 (was $82);

Steve Madden Feather Loafer Black Flat

To buy: $54 (was $72);

Steve Madden Feather Loafer Camel Suede Flat

To buy: $54 (was $72);