12 Pairs Of Shoes Lazy Girls Will Love, Because We Don't Have Time To Deal With Straps & Buckles

As lazy as I can be when it comes to fashion, there's just something about shoes that makes me actually want to try. You know, as long as they're still comfy, easy to get in and out of, and I can wear them with any outfit. OK, OK; I guess it can be pretty hard to find shoes that lazy girls will love. It's just that, as gorgeous as those strappy sandals, lace-up boots, and six-inch heels are, I don't have time when I'm running out the door to mess with odd contraptions to make my foot stay in my shoe, or try to stabilize myself (essentially) en pointe. And I'm guessing you don't either.

That's why we lazy girls need shoes that can easily go from day to night, be paired with yoga pants or a skirt, and can slip on and off. I know it sounds like a hard bill to fit, but there are some pairs that live up to our lazy-girl standards. Like these 12, for instance. That way, we don't need an extra five minutes to get in and out of our shoes, and we don't need to carry an extra pair of shoes with us "just in case." Any of these alone would be just fine.


UGG Kristin, $160, uggaustralia.com

UGG's new slim version of their classic boots make it so much easier to dress up. Plus you still get all of the warmth and comfort from that wool lining.

Steve Madden Arowe Perforated Bootie, $129.95, nordstrom.com

The easiest boots to pull on ever.

Jeffrey Campbell Clima Rain Bootie, $55, nastygal.com

For rain boots that don't actually look like rain boots (as in, you can wear them in any weather), this pull-on, matte-black option has easy-to-walk-in, block heels.


ALDO Glaniel, $50, aldoshoes.com

Even though these perforated flats have laces, fear not lazy girls, they can be easily slipped on.

Topshop SHAKER Bow Slipper Shoes, $40, us.topshop.com

These adorable slip-ons will actually go with anything.

Earth Tangelo Slip-On Sneaker, $99.95, nordstrom.com

Cutout flats pair perfectly with sweats or skirts.


Jeffrey Campbell Quebec Cutout Sandal, $154.95, nordstrom.com

Remember when velcro > laces? It still is.

Sam Edelman Gena Gladiator Sandal, $174.95, nordstrom.com

If you're still into the laced-up look though, gladiators like these with a sneaky zip-back will help save a few minutes.

Steve Madden Nolla Mule, $109.95, nordstrom.com

Mules are a lazy girl's best friend.


Via Spiga Pamina Wedge Pump, $185, nordstrom.com

Wedges make for easier mobility for the lazy girl on the go.

ALDO Wirasa, $90, aldoshoes.com

But for heels you can still make haste in (if need be), opt for some sophisticated-looking kitten heels.

Topshop Juno Ballet Shoe, $100, nordstrom.com

Or a chunky heel on a ballet shoe.

Lazy never looked so good.

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