Spring is officially in the air, and with the temperatures climbing this week, it’s finally time to start thinking of unveiling our newly pedicured toes with this season’s hottest footwear trends that are fresh, fun, and will keep us well-heeled well into summer.

From strappy, wrap wedges to feathers, plastics and extra large flatforms, spring 2019’s shoe game is seriously strong from the feet up.

Here are four must-snag trends for this season.

Wraps & Straps

From flats and sandals to wedges and pumps, this spring is all about strappy flair around your ankle. In a bright, vibrant color like this ASOS yellow pump, these heels will be sure to be a real showstopper.

ASOS | $45 | ASOS.com

Olivia Miller | $69.99 | DSW (Mays Landing)


An homage to Old Hollywood glamour, this spring we are seeing more designers use feathers on various styles. These Gianvito Rossi heels are reminiscent of something Carrie Bradshaw herself would wear.

Gianvito Rossi | $492 | BergdorfGoodman.com


Craftsy, bohemian, and casual, woven sandals and heels are simple to style and offer comfort and breathability as the temperatures warm up. From jeans to dresses, woven shoes will keep you both looking and feeling cool well into summer.

$36 | Forever 21 (Hamilton Mall)

Extra-Large Flatforms

Flatform shoes are the perfect compromise for those who may feel uncomfortable in stilettos or higher-heeled pumps, but want that bit of height that a flat shoe cannot provide. Trendy and — more importantly — comfortable, flatforms are a huge trend for 2019 from the top fashion runways across the globe to the city streets. From sporty mules and business-minded oxfords to sneakers and sandals, a large flatforms will offer you both style and support. These Chloe wedged platforms incorporate a woven-esque, braided textured fabric with black leather straps.

See By Chloe | $215 | Bloomingdales.com

Tri-State Basset Hound Olympics in Ocean City

Tri-State Basset Hound Rescue hosted their annual Basset Hound Olympics on Friday, April 12, in Ocean City. A barrage of short-legged, long-eared, droop-faced hounds all competed in the games which included sprints, hurdles, high jumps and an obstacle course. The games serves as a warm up event for the Doo Dah parade which takes place Saturday and will feature over 500 hounds waddling their way down the streets of Ocean City.