Hey my beautiful ladies! Now that summer is officially here, make sure to pamper your toes with pedicure to showcase with this season´s favorite footwear – wedge sandals. What are wedge sandals anyway? Wedge sandals are just shoes with a heel running from the back to the middle or front unlike high heels that only have a heel at the back bottom. For those who have always been scared of wearing high heels, wedges are such a perfect way to go because they add some height without causing you any difficulties when walking. One thing I really love about these shoes is that they are exceptionally fashionable, can fit any style starting from the extremely elegant to those who love keeping it simple and an be worn to a variety of occasions and still have you looking absolutely gorgeous. They look great on any length of clothes that you may choose to wear; whether you love very long skirts or dresses or prefer to rock the shorter stuff, wedges will easily blend the look either way. So, sit back and let´s talk about how to wear this summer shoes like a pro.
Wedge sandals look great with both long and short dresses. When looking at how to wear wedges with dresses, it all really comes down to your personal style.
When it comes to how to wear wedge sandals, jeans are a classic option. However, it’s important to take note of the style of your jeans. Skinny jeans are perfect for showing off your wedges, but if you’re wearing bootleg or flared jeans make sure that the hem covers most of the wedge as this will create the most streamlined silhouette.
When wearing wedge sandals with skirts, steer clear of anything too form fitting. Wedges can appear quite chunky, and teaming them with a pencil skirt or anything bodycon can give an unflattering and clunky appearance. Fuller, flowing skirts ultimately look better with wedge shoes.
Just remember that the key is in getting the right balance in your outfit. If a sandals seems particularly chunky, tone it down with softer fabrics and silhouettes. If a sandals lies at the ‘neutral’ end of the spectrum, then you’re freer to wear them with a brighter outfit.
Are wedges on your shoe-plan for this summer? Which of the looks above you like the most? How do you wear wedge sandals?