Five Ways to Wear Metallic Shoes

(Source: Imaxtree; L-R Saint Laurent, Christopher Kane)This spring calls for a reboot of your shoe wardrobe. The next time you reach for your wide array of black flats, black boots, and black heels, consider switching over to black's jazzier cousin: metallic.

Metallics have just as much versatility but offer more visual interest to the rest of your outfit. We're drawing inspiration from the Spring 2014 runways of Dolce & Gabbana, Acne, and Karen Walker, to name a few. To prove just how versatile stepping into gold, silver, and bronze can be, we've picked out five types of metallic shoes you can wear now.

(Courtesy: J. Crew)

High Heels
Metallic heels such as the above J.Crew pick ($248) can work well both for day time (sensible chunky heel) and nights out, thanks to the reflective silver color. Extra straps keep the shoe comfortable.  

(Courtesy: Cole Haan)

Tackle your weekend errands in this rose-gold style ($110.88) that seems as if its borrowed from the boys section, or wear them as an alternative to heels at a fancier affair.
(Courtesy: Neiman Marcus)Loafers

Golden metallic loafers, such as the above leather versions ($248), are the ultimate mashup of sensible and stylish.
(Courtesy: Shopbop)Booties
Western-inspired boots are a must have to match with everything in your closet–better yet when they have a bit of shine to them, such as these Ash iterations ($200). 

(Courtesy: Tory Burch)

Rather than go for the typical flat shape, this laser-cut option ($285) stands out and works perfectly in warmer spring weather.

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