And now for my favorite topic: shoes. For some reason, it seems as though I can never have too many pairs—one for every occasion, you know? I'm almost positive that I'm not alone here, which is why I thought I'd take the time to highlight all the shoes that are lingering in my cart right now because there so many—err, 23 to be exact. From retro sneakers to of-the-moment ankle boots, my shoe edit is filled with all the top trends of the season, and to top it all off, they all clock in at under $100. If it sounds too good to be true, it almost is because affordable shoes that are this cute hardly stay in stock for very long.
I've fallen in love with each of the below pairs and truth be told, I'm shopping them now for fear that they'll completely sell out by the time I check back later. If you're with me, continue on to see all the gloriously affordable shoes that won't be around for much longer.
Reebok Club C 85 Sneaker in White/Light Grey ($56)
I recently added this pair to my closet, and I love how they add a retro feel to whatever I'm wearing with them.
Mango Zipped Detail Ankle Boots ($100)
With a zipper as beautiful as this, who could possible resist?
Sam Edelman Winona Bootie ($100)
After Camila Mendes wore these perfect black ankle boots with jeans and a sweater, it was only a matter of time until Nordstrom shoppers followed suit.
H&M Knee-High Boots ($80)
If you want your outfit to look luxe, these are the best way to do it.
ASOS Design Hailee Mid-Heeled Sandals in Black ($48)
The kind of versatile strappy sandals you'll wear to death.
Steve Madden Yardley Booties in Black Leather ($100)
The boot shape everyone is clamoring to own right now.
ASOS Design Stirrup Heeled Loafers in Conker Croc ($29)
"Boring" but chic: Loafers are the shoes that will quietly rule 2020.
Mango Croc-Effect Ankle Boots ($50)
From the croc effect to the square toe, these have so much going for them.
Topshop RITZ Rust Strap High Heels ($68)
The '90s called.
H&M Ankle Boots ($55)
I'm particularly a fan of the half leather, half elastic material.
Mango Studded Leather Clog ($100)
Meet the newest "ugly" shoe trend to grace the decade.
Superga 2787 NYLONW Sneaker in Taupe ($99)
Half-sneaker, half-boot, 100% cool.
Urban Outfitters Sawyer Croc Marjane ($65)
Think of all the fun socks you could wear with these.
Charles & Keith Metallic Knotted Slingback Pumps ($46)
These would look soo good with jeans and a blazer.
& Other Stories Square Toe Leather Lace Up Flats ($99)
Too pretty to pass up.
Nike Daybreak Sneaker ($90)
Meet Nike's next hyper-covetable shoe: a throwback update to its 1979 marathon sneaker.
Urban Outfitters Kim Kitten Heel ($29)
Steven Lauryn Point Toe Mules ($55)
Meet the comfy flats your future self will thank you for wearing.
Ugg Fluff Yeah Genuine Shearling Slide ($100)
When Ugg releases a new shoe and offers it in nine colors, you know it has to be good.
Raid Collin Black Sock Boots with Flared Heel ($64)
Timeless yet so on trend.
Topshop ROMY Black Diamante Mules ($68)
The right amount of bling.
Raye Aaron Wedge in Pink ($81)
Summer will return eventually, and you'll be glad you took advantage of these on-sale sandals.
Pêche Heize Flats ($85)
Your plain ballet flats could never.
Mango Slingback Leather Shoes ($70)
The ruching on this pair is absolutely beautiful.
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