Wedges

The wedge is here to stay.  Introduced last spring in stores everywhere, the wedge shoe is still being shown on runways for future seasons, so it seems the trend is not going anywhere.  Below are some favorite and affordable picks for adding the wedge to your wardrobe.

 

Nine West Women’s Galella Wedge Pump – $37 – $89 (depending on size)

Purple People Eater Wedge.

Not sure how you feel about the wedge?  Take a look at these gems.  Formal buckle, three-inch heel, easy to wear colors like dark purple, black, and cognac.  The wedge gives more support than a typical heel, so you can get away with wearing all day at work.

 

Chinese Laundry Women’s Aja Wedge Pump – $55.05 – $89.95 (depending on size)

The Mary Jane wedge. Darling.

Mary Janes never go out of style because they continue to evolve with whatever is on-trend.  Here Chinese Laundry has combined the Mary Jane with the wedge trend.  With a nice low heel, this conservative yet cute shoe would be appropriate for work or the weekend.  Also available in black suede.

 

Nine West Women’s Ampedup Wedge Pump – $64.89 – $89.00 (depending on size)

Oooohhhh....shiny.

At a heel height of four inches, this wedge is only for those who don’t get vertigo.  Available in a ton of sizes and colors including green, black, taupe, pink, and a crazy flower pattern.

 

Bandolino Women’s Nefaria Wedge Sandal – $45

Show off the pedi.

Bandolino is a trusted brand, known for quality and surprising comfort.  Classic silhouette here, folks.  Black leather straps, moderate heel, cork-style bottom.  Also available in white and ivory, but this black option will go with almost everything in your wardrobe, plus it won’t show dirt and wear.

 

Aerosoles Women’s Plush Around Wedge Sandal – $38 – $69.95 (depending on size)

Comfy and stylish.

Strappy sandals at their best–thin, shiny straps, cute buckle, and the comfort of Aerosoles.  Wear with a short skirt or dress and incorporate other touches of red into your ensemble to pull the whole thing together.

 

Will you be wearing wedges this season?

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