With the start of spring, I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect wedges. Surprisingly, wedges are generally pretty comfortable to wear. I like a good heel but not so high that I feel like I’m a middle aged women walking on stilts. (In all honesty, I am a middle aged lady but I like to pretend I’m not.) I decided to try several pair of wedges in various price ranges and see what I liked the best. These were the finalists. I’ve narrowed down my selection to 2 pair…I think.
Note: Any of these options would be perfect for spring/summer senior or family photos.
When I started this blog post, I had it in my mind that I was going to settle on two of these options. After trying them all on for this blog post, I don’t know if I want to take any of them back. Ugh! Why must we have to choose?
First we have this pair of blush or rose gold wedges. The color is what first drew me to this option. I think I’ve mentioned before that I’m all about anything blush this spring. Even better than the color? They are currently on sale for under $30. They fit true to size.
You can’t go wrong with a classic pair of chestnut or cognac sandals. These sandals are reasonably priced at $33 and do often go on sale. They fit a bit large. I would suggest sizing down at least a half size.
I fell in love with these wedges because of the cute ruffle. They come in four pretty color and are very comfortable. They run true to size and a regularly priced at just under $60 but you can often find sales or discounts for them.
I was specifically looking for a pair of black wedges and these are awesome. Very comfortable, not too tall and true to size. These definitely found a new home in my closet.
Here are some others I think are cute, too. I gotta keep it real, though. How many wedge sandals does an old lady need?
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