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Infinitely more comfortable than a stiletto, but just as glamorous, wedges have to be some of the most underrated shoes out there. But in warm weather, wedges are everyone’s best friend. The subtle height is a great substitute for high heels, while the wider soles make it easier to walk across uneven surfaces such as sand or grass - making them perfect for a day at the beach or a BBQ in the park.


There are so many ways to wear wedges all year round. We’ve chosen a few of our favourites so you can make the most out of your wedge heels no matter where the year takes you.

 
 
 

 

How to wear: Wedge sandals

Wedge Sandals and Playsuit Outfit Idea

SHOP THE LOOK: Wedge Sandals | Playsuits | Fiorelli Handbags


There has never been a bigger choice of wedge sandals on the High Street. Flat wedges, low wedges, high wedges, flatform wedges – you name it, you got it. The biggest advantage of wedge sandals is that you can wear them on the sand without losing your balance. Wear with a bikini and a kaftan by day and a pretty playsuit by night.

+ Ideal for... beach holidays





How to wear: Wedge Trainers

Wedge Trainers and Boyfriend Jeans Outfit Idea

SHOP THE LOOK: Wedge Trainers | Boyfriend Jeans | Tees


Surprisingly comfortable, wedge heels have gained a lot of street cred in the past couple of years thanks to the popularity of Kanye’s Yeezy line and Isabel Marant’s sell-out Etoile Beketts. The wedge is a part of the chunky design, and most of these shoes feature a subtle platform which makes it easier to walk in them. Complete the look with boyfriend jeans and a striped tee.

+ Ideal for... shopping and cinema dates





How to wear: Wedge wellies

Wedge Wellies and Denim Shorts Outfit Idea

SHOP THE LOOK: Hunter Wedges | Denim Shorts | Bardot Tops


Yes, even wellies have been given the wedge treatment now. And they are a lot more practical than you might think. Most women find that a little bit of a heel makes it easier to walk through the sticky mud of a festival, and the extra couple of inches will help you to get a better view of your favourite band!

+ Ideal for... festivals





How to wear: Wedge espadrilles

Wedge Espadrilles and Summer Dress Outfit Idea

SHOP THE LOOK: Wedge Espadrilles | Ted Baker Dresses | MK Sunglasses


Wedge espadrilles have been in and out of fashion since the 1970s when they adorned the feet of hippies and bohemians. The espadrille style is a design classic and looks great with skater dresses, denim shorts or rolled-up jeans.

+ Ideal for... a casual BBQ





How to wear: Wedge slingbacks

Wedge Slingbacks and Dress Outfit Idea

SHOP THE LOOK: Wedge Slingbacks | Blue Dresses | Fiorelli Purse


Slingbacks have been making a sneaky comeback lately, with everyone from Prada to Dolce & Gabbana unable to keep up with demand. Elegant and on-trend, they are the perfect wedding shoe. Add a wedge heel and you will be able to survive wet grass, cobble stones, loose gravel and any other unexpected surface. Wear with your Sunday best.

+ Ideal for... a summer wedding





How to wear: Wedge court shoes

Wedge Court Shoes and Midi Skirt Outfit Idea

SHOP THE LOOK: Wedge Court Shoes | Midi Skirts | Skagen Watch


Kate Middleton is the queen (or should we say Duchess) of this trend. LK Bennett’s nude wedge court shoe is her go-to choice for formal events when she has to stay on her feet for hours at a time. It’s no surprise then that the wedge court shoe has become the work shoe of choice for millions of women. Choose a heel height that you are happy with and wear these shoes with anything from midi skirts to jumpsuits.

+ Ideal for... the office