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The Most Walkable Shoes That Are Still Trendy and Cute

Pointy Toe Flats

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Yep, kind of a no-brainer. However, if you're looking for the modern spin on the classic flat, find one with a high vamp (meaning it covers more of the top of your foot). Secret cushion soles never hurt either.

Dr. Scholl's ($98)

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Block-Heeled Pumps

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But those times you really just need a little calf lift, a sweet block heel does the trick. An added ankle strap will also keep your feet from slipping.

Sam Edelman ($140)

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Strappy Mary Janes

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Straps on straps on straps. Introducing the updated Mary Jane with multiple buckles—and even a moody velvet fabric.

Stuart Weitzman ($398)

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Slider Loafers

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You can never go wrong with a proper menswear style. And this autumn, it's all about the flat mule. (Your cropped trousers will thank you.)

Gucci ($595)

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Leather Slippers

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Swap your worn-out smoking slippers for a quality leather slip-on. (These babies are handmade in Turkey and come in a range of fun colors.)

Sabah ($190)

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Sweater-Knit Sneakers

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It wouldn't be a "walkable shoe" list without at least one sneaker. The style du jour: a breathable knit in a funky print.

Nike ($130)

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Metallic Creepers

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Stay with us. We know the chunky-soled brogue started with the Williamsburg-blogger crowd. But they've finally inched their way into mainstream trends (and are kind of like walking on a cloud). Just keep the rest of your outfit tame.

Steve Madden ($80)

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Flat Ankle Boots

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The lower the heel, the closer to God. (That's how it goes, right?) Invest in quality booties and we promise you won't take them off until March.

Elk ($240)

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Rubber-Heeled Boots

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But for those instances when you really need a heel (and it's raining), make sure you've got a decent rubber coating on your soles.

Sorel ($210)

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Moto Rain Boots

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