The mule is back! We’re sure this is in no small part thanks to the Olsen twins, who approved of this style way before we knew we wanted it. Half boot, half sandal, it’s the ultimate spring hybrid that instantly ups the chic factor to any outfit. Whether a cowboy boot-esque vibe is what you crave, or a modern, sleek, closed toe version, they are all in this top ten list. Peek through at our research-proven list of the only the best because mules are not to be missed!
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