Neutral sandals: A spring must-have

Cesare PaciottiCesare PaciottiNeutrals are back and bigger than ever this spring, along with pretty neutral sandals.

I love neutral sandals because they work both with your neutrals and with all your pretty spring dresses that you can't quite properly match with a shoe.

The theory about neutral shoes is that they make your legs look longer by blending in with the color of your skin.


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These Cesare Paciotti sandals are gorgeous, but if you can't quite afford Paciotti prices, don't despair -- I've got some inexpensive neutral sandal options after the jump!

AldoI absolutely love the look and the price of these bone wedge sandals (Aldo, $50). They look like they cost far more than their actual price-tag.

DKNYFeeling haute? Check out these incredibly stylish DKNY sandals (The Outnet, $117.25 on sale). Originally priced at $335, these are a great deal.

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ZapposFor comfort and style, I'm liking these Nine West Kalypsso Sandals (Zappos, $69).

AldoAnd since I know some of you out there hate any kind of heel or height, these sandals (Aldo, $50) are for you!

DSWI'm crazy about these MOJO MOXY wedge sandals (DSW, $69.95) for the price. WANT.

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AldoAnd these Enderle wedges (Aldo, $45) are a great blend of comfort and style.

BloomingdalesFinally, one last dream shoe. These Calvin Klein Susan platform sandals ($158, Bloomingdale's) are right up my alley ...

Which pair do you prefer?

Written by Lindsay Ferrier for CafeMom's blog, The Stir.

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Images (top to bottom): Cesare Paciotti, Aldo, The Outnet, Nine West, Aldo, DSW, Aldo, Bloomingdale's