Darlings, who’s up for some fun, springtime shoe shopping? Lorenzo had himself a hankering to go looking for wedge heels this week, because they’re the quintessential springtime shoe and he’s been watching an array of stylish gals parading past the front windows of T Lo Manor every day, sporting their pairs. Lo wanted in on that wedge action, and since he looks terrible in ladyshoes, he opted to use his powers for the good of others, by picking out over 150 fun, fabulous, on-trend wedge heeled shoes for your casual-to-dressy springtime style needs.
In fact, he opted to break the styles down into three basic categories: FUN, CLASSIC and DRESSY. Let’s hit the salesfloor, ladies!
A FUN WEDGE
Okay, first: That Kate Spade ice cream truck deal is ridiculously cute and fun. Second: these categories are fairly arbitrary. You may define fun or dressy or classic differently – and even we have to admit many of these options overlap or don’t fit into one category easily. Third: Are you overwhelmed by the fun? Lo’s faves: The Tory Burches and Kate Spades are all awesome. The Jimmy Choos are cute, the TopShop options are all fun and the green metallic Dolce & Gabbanas are fab.
A DRESSY WEDGE
Again: Arbitrary categories here. Basically, Lo felt if the shoe would look better with a skirt, it was “dressy.” And Kate Spade remains at the top of his list of faves here, along with Burberry, Ferragamo, Stuart Weitzman and even the Jessica Simpson options. She’s not a bad pick when looking for a decent, classic style.
A CLASSIC WEDGE
Of course plenty of the above look dressy and fun as well, but Lo’s criterion here was just as simple: Does it work with shorts or jeans? If yes, it’s a classic wedge. Your definition may differ. ASOS is all over this one, with some really cute option. Lo always likes the Weitzman, Tabitha Simmons, Top Shop, Cole Haan and Kors options.
So how about it, girls? Feeling like wedging any of the above into your rotation?
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