Tuesday Shoesday {Target Edition}

My most popular and still my most visited blog post from 2017 is this Target/Steve Madden Dupe post. With that being said I wanted to be sure and share a round up of my favorite Target spring 2018 new shoe arrivals. Target has no problem creating designer dupes, but let’s get one thing straight, unless you’re buying something straight off the fashion week runway  everything is a dupe. it is truly all just a trickle down effect from designer to designer. in my opinion the only difference with Target creating dupes compared to other brands or retailers is that Target does it right and not only do they do it right but they do it at an affordable retail cost.

{casual lace up}

how cute are all of these sneakers?! & most of them come in my favorite hue, blush! I really fell in love with these Teala laser cut lace ups and at $20 i had to get them. i also really love these knit sneakers, they are right on trend and look so comfy and again, at such a good price point.


these strapy pearl sandals were a hot item last year and will still be right on trend this spring. you can pick these neutral beauties up on sale and under $22 right now too. I really really love these new ‘a new day’ mercy flip flop sandals. the scallop flip come in this pretty blush neutral pictured above and metallic gold too. best part about these simple, trendy, and cute mercy sandals? they’re under $15 you guys!

{mules & flats}

If you know me or follow along with the blog you know my love for mules/slides. target did not disappoint this year with their spring delivery, i mean how cute are these leopard Espadrilles!? I think i may have gasped when i first saw them as i walked down the isle. i really love these chic woven slides that come in both black and brown, they scream spring and are giving me major #springfever.

that’s a wrap for this tuesday shoesday, which pair of spring target shoes are your favorite? i’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!

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