Investment and inexpensive don’t exactly go hand in hand.
In reality, when someone says something is an investment, they basically mean it’s going to cost you a fair amount of money.
But that’s not this kind of post.
These are my top investment shoes under $150 because these are styles and brands that stand the test of time, but don’t cost you a fortune while doing so.
Here are my investment shoes under $150:
These shoes are the perfect summer heel. They’re classic and the beige color does an awesome job at elongating the leg. Also, the ankle strap helps secure your foot, making them easier to walk in for long periods of time.
I debated buying these booties for literally years, but didn’t take the plunge until a few months ago. The crazy thing is that I’ve purchased multiple boots in between the first time I wanted them and the day I purchased them, and none have stood the test of time as much as this pair. These are just as in style today as the day they were released, and how can you go wrong with a great pair of black booties?
I know I already told you about my love affair with Gigi sandals here. But, I’ll be honest, when I began to think about this list, they were the first ones on it. I’ve had pairs of these for years and years, and with a few minor scuffs, you’d never know it. They are still as in style today as they were the day I bought them, and I never go anywhere warm without making sure a pair of Gigis are coming along with me. They slide on, stay on, and can be worn for hours without breaking a sweat.
I’ve mentioned these pumps before (and worn them here). They’re my go-to heels when I know I’ll be walking a lot. They aren’t too tall, but they’re still high enough to show off your legs and dress up an outfit. They’re a bit hard to find, so I’ve linked a few similar ones below as well.