Shoes to step into spring!

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Whether you’re a new mom, an expecting mom or perhaps just a mom in need of a style update this season, we all know that the one thing that almost never changes is our shoe size. You can have three kids and still have the same size foot. You can almost never say that about your pre-kid jeans.

Not only that but your shoes are the one thing that you can quickly change from the park to the PTA meeting to date night. They are portable and easily changeable. So many colors, so many styles…how do you choose which ones?!

Let’s make this easy and go with four must-have classic styles that will look great (and feel great) on every mom this season from a size 5 to a size 11.

The wedge — the one sandal that can take you from day dressy to night casual and are great for beach vacations. Sperry Top-Sider Harbordale Sandal, $117.95, at nordstrom.com.

The flat sandal — let this be your casual, everyday shoe and your pop of color for the season. Great for walking to the park or wearing with a dress for Sunday brunch. DV by Dolce Vita Archer, $69, at piperlime.com.

The tennis shoe — simple, yet stylish that you can wear with cropped pants, shorts and even skirts and dresses. Bensimon Colorful Elastic Sneakers, $55, at madewell.com.

The flat shoe: As moms, you know that heels just aren’t in our vocabulary anymore. It’s almost impossible to get comfortable wearing them and a good pair of flats just makes our day (and night). These will take you anywhere this season…and I mean anywhere! Tahari Veronica Flat, $89, at piperlime.com.

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Christine Fox is a San Diego-based freelance writer and Everyday Mama to two. She is a style contributor to StyleBakeryMom.com and also has her own site at EverydayMama.com.
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