Some of us ladies just can’t stand wearing heels and will complain how uncomfortable it gets after a long period of time. That’s the case for some high heeled shoes, but not wedge shoes.
Wedges were designed to give comfort but at the same time, add height. They are really stylish and ranges from casual to elegant.
They come in different types, colors and patterns. They are perfect when worn with dresses, skirts, high waist shorts and skinny jeans.
Here in the picture, Vanessa Hudgens was spotted wearing wedge heels paired with a tank top and ripped skinny jeans. She looks casual yet very pretty!
On most shoes, the “heel” sits under only the heel of the foot, but a wedge heel runs under the foot, from the back of the shoe to the middle or front.
Wedge heels are an extremely fashionable, trendy and versatile choice in women’s footwear and closet but they won’t look great on everyone, or with every outfit there is– and like any shoe style, they have their own pros and cons.
Cute wedge heels is a fashionable choice by nature and by just choosing to wear them, you boost your fashion quotient.
Worldly and eye-catching, black wedges have a very cosmopolitan look about them plus they look great with nearly any length skirt or dress.
Pretty Little Liars stars Ashley Benson and Lucy Hale both wore wedges with shorts and cute tops at their recent photo shoot. They look cute right?
White wedge heels tend to work best on outfits that are more on the casual side. While there are dressier styles of white wedges, finding a truly elegant one can be a bit difficult.
Rachel Bilson was seen wearing white wedge heels with a simple yet stylish black dress. Effortlessly stunning, I must say.
Silver wedges are very sparkly and can make any outfit stand out from a sea of ordinary faces. Wear them with confidence!
Leopard wedges goes well together with an outfit that has the shades of red, black and white. They can also be worn together with a tight fitting jeans for casual get-ups.
Black Wedges can be worn with any outfit there is! But of course, they look absolutely perfect when paired with Pencil skirts, Capris, Pants with narrow or straight legs, Shorts, Short skirts, Bohemian styles, Thin, gauzy fabrics, Wrap dresses, Wide or flared jeans or pants and Gauchos.