Ethical Shoe Brands for Spring

Spring is upon us! I am soaking in every bit of sunshine I can before it turns triple digits on us here in the desert. Whether you're looking for a way to put a pop of color in your wardrobe, or you simply want to learn about ethical fashion brands for shoes, you've come to the right list!

Here are 7 of my favorite pairs of shoes for this season! Each retailer has multiple options that are perfect for spring, but will last for years to come. Make sure to click on the photos and browse around each website to find the best option for you!

Hannah Spanish Toe

BRYR Clogs | $260

Are these expensive? Yes. Are they to die for adorable? Absolutely. I've never owned a pair, but have heard nothing but raving reviews!

Estefani Knotted Wrap Heel

ABLE | $128

If these don't shout spring I don't know what will! You can customize them by removing the bow near the front strap as well.

Leather Stitched Ribbon Sandals

Sseko Designs | $65 | Use stylemefair15 for 15% off!

These are completely customizable! You can purchase straps of various colors and textures, and tie them multiple ways to create unique looks with the same pair of sandals. (Pictured are the white spaghetti straps). These are also extremely comfortable!

White Sneakers

Eileen Fisher | $195

I can't take these off! Comfortable, sporty, chic, and they go with everything. 

The Dylan Slides

Starch Slides | $134

These slides are made from recycled men's dress shirts. Classy, sustainable, vegan, and the prints are PERFECT for spring!

Lucia Block Heel

Nisolo | $148

Nisolo's high quality leather shoes are well worth the investment.

Desert Rose Loafer

ABLE | $118 (on sale!)

I had to include these adorable loafers that are perfect for spring. These are on sale so there's limited sizing- grab them before they're gone!


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*Cover photo credit to Vanessa Mona Hellman.