tasseled

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1. Tasseled
Woven tan and reds converge for a superchic take on the loafer. Try these with rolled jeans.

($325; ToryBurch.com)
coach tasseled

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2.
It's easy being green in these soft minty loafers.

($188; Coach.com)
charles philips shanghai

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3.
The smoking slipper goes whimsical in purple and chartreuse suede.

(Charles Phillip Shanghai, $175; Saks.com)
dolce vita tasseled

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4.
Hit any deck in style with these nautical flats.

($79; DolceVita.com)

agl oxford

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5. Oxford
Consider this brogue a more walkable alternative to a spectator heel.

(AGL, $365; Nordstrom.com)
neon oxford

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6.
Blue suede shoes step it up in aqua with neon laces.

($158; JohnstonMurphy.com)
sam edelman

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7.
Layered leathers (ooh, silver!) and perforated details make these both sweet and unique.

(Sam Edelman, $130; Bloomingdales.com)
gap oxford

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8.
A leather oxford looks a lot less masculine laced in baby pink.

($70; Gap.com)
penny loafer

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9. Penny Loafer
Pair these with a blouse and pencil skirt for the office (instead of your usual pumps).

($258; KateSpade.com)
purple loafers

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10.
These soft flats are made for walking—even at night, thanks to a special reflective material.

($120; ColeHaan.com)
orange loafers

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11.
Orange is surprisingly versatile—it punches up neutrals and brights alike—and more fun than black.

($148; BodenUSA.com)
hot pink loafers

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12.
Hot pink detailing makes white shoes stuffy no more.

($129; bassshoes.com)

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