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The Reformation Shoes I'll Be Living in This Spring

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It's rare that I go more than a couple of days without wearing at least one Reformation piece - whether it's one of their flattering dresses or romantic blouses. And while I first fell for the sustainable brand's clothing, their shoes have quickly become some of my most beloved pairs. When they reached out asking if I'd like to review some of their newest shoes for spring, I jumped at the chance and couldn't even wait until this post went live to start wearing them around. Below are my four favorites of the moment along with some other pairs I've been eyeing.

Adina Loafer

Color: Black
Size: 8

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My chunky Reformation loafers are one of my most-worn things in my closet and this update feels like their sleek, sophisticated sister. They have a more streamlined silhouette and the vintage-inspired chain adds such a cool touch. I'll be wearing these with everything, but especially with simple outfits (hi, jeans and a white t-shirt!) to add a preppy edge.

Gina Sandal

Color: Papaya
Size: 8

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I wear a lot of neutral clothing, but never want it to read as stale or monotonous, which is where fun, colorful accessories come in. This pair of ruched sandals in a pastel papaya are unapologetically perfect for spring and summer and the ideal complement to white jeans and a button down.

Aliah Sandal

Color: Black
Size: 8

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When these sandals arrived on a Saturday afternoon, I immediately changed out of my sweats and into a cute outfit so these would have their proper moment. Not only do they look incredibly luxe, but they're the perfect height to give you a bit of a lift while remaining just as comfortable. I'll be wearing these with just about every dress I own and am already contemplating the Pepper color as well.

Morgan Sandal

Color: Nutmeg
Size: 8

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The faux croc on these block heel mules makes them infinitely chicer and would look great with everything from tailored trousers to a swingy silk skirt. It's a classic shape, but with a twist, and I know these will get a lot of playing time in my closet.

Can't help but also call out how perfect these Senna sandals would be on a tropical vacation, and the Mariah would add such a fun pop of color to an otherwise all-neutral outfit.

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