Only recently have I become part of the shoe craze; before that I had a couple decent pairs that I wore into the ground. Every woman knows how important her shoes are with her outfit; in fact, sometimes we centre our outfits AROUND our shoes! Heck, with all the various styles, colours and designs, it’s impossible not to want to add them all to your collection. During the summer months wedges are a popular choice as they are fun, flirty and perfect for giving off that warm weather vibe.
The fact is wedge sandals come in so many varieties that it’s hard to pick just one! I particularly love these Chloe wedges; the black and tan combination really makes these pop! The leather construction gives these wedges a classier look than your average daytime shoe, while still providing you with a versatile look that makes these easy to pair with almost anything. The straps guarantee a snug, secure fit and the platform heel offers an easy to walk in shoe. Cute and comfort all in one!
Cork platform shoes are another great option for wedge lovers. This particular pair is bold, brave and perfect for every day wear. Constructed with soft leather and complimented by a cork platform wedge, these sandals are chic, cute and will keep you feeling cool all day long. Pair these with a flowy summer dress or knee-length skirt to really make your outfit pop. The tan colour makes these effortlessly easy to pair with any summer outfit.
If you’re interested in adding some colour in your life, try a purple platform heel. A fun twist on your average wedge, these sandals are shaped like your standard heel but come in a comfortable platform wedge. The leather construction is dark purple colour, making these shoes the centrepiece for a cute summer outfit. Your foot will stay securely strapped in so you’ll be able to walk in them all day long and not feel discomfort. The best part about these is that they’re so versatile you’ll be wearing them all year round!
Did You Know?
The largest bottle cork sculpture measured 2.35 m in height and was created by Gerald Malou in Gaillac, France on 1 July 2006.