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Fab's Spring Shoe Guide! Wood-Heeled Wedges

Fab's Spring Shoe Guide! Wood-Heeled Wedges

Continuing on with Fab's Spring Shoe Guide. If cork heels aren't your bag of chips try on some wood-heeled wedges for size. These have a similar retro look but are more comfy and youthful; it's still a good idea to do some heel stretches though.

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Twelfth St. by Bettina T-Strap Wedge, $395.


Two more wedges,

Aldo Shoes CLARISCIA, $89.99.

Tribeca 'Southern Bell' Sandal, $64.95.

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imahoopie imahoopie 10 years
I love wedges, not only because they are different from regular heels, but because they are comfortable, too! I have been wearing them for years, and for me they're never out of style. Heavy wedges are to be avoided (!) but you can easily find some lighter styles, even in wood, that look great. I have two pair, one in dark brown and one in red, and I wear them with everything, including pants and jeans. And if you buy them in the right color, you can wear them into fall. If you're afraid you'll fall, try a lower heel and/or an ankle strap.
estrela estrela 10 years
I'm a huge fan of the wedge heel so i might have to give these a try! :-)
inluvwithjosh4 inluvwithjosh4 10 years
Oh I LOVE these!! They are super cute! ~Carrie~
caitlinp86 caitlinp86 10 years
They are so sexy, but they are too clunky for me.
XDeexDeeX XDeexDeeX 10 years
I sooooo want those!!!!
XDeexDeeX XDeexDeeX 10 years
I sooooo want those!!!!
glam-sugar glam-sugar 10 years
I bought a pair of black wedges with the wood heel and they're very light.
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 10 years
i love wedges!
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 10 years
i love wedges!
crispet1 crispet1 10 years
I like the last one, its subtle and not hookery.
JKe895 JKe895 10 years
The shoes are cute but I'm not a fan of the wedges.
kscincotta kscincotta 10 years
I like those last ones. They aren't as scary hefty as the rest.
thoroughlymodern thoroughlymodern 10 years
I like the first two - especially the Aldo ones. I'm a big fan of wedges, and wooden ones are particularly cute. CGW's right, though - weight is a concern. But they onten come in lighter materials that just LOOK heavy.I don't know though- I'd be scared to go teetering around in some of those, even though (at 5'2") I need all the height I can get.
thoroughlymodern thoroughlymodern 10 years
I like the first two - especially the Aldo ones. I'm a big fan of wedges, and wooden ones are particularly cute. CGW's right, though - weight is a concern. But they onten come in lighter materials that just LOOK heavy. I don't know though- I'd be scared to go teetering around in some of those, even though (at 5'2") I need all the height I can get.
Maggie-Mae Maggie-Mae 10 years
I don't think I can do the wedge! Esp the wooden wedges! I don't know if I can handle this spring's fashions...
CGW CGW 10 years
Very cute...but (and I fully admit this may be a dumb question to ask but I'm flashing back to middle school and early high school days, when the chunky wooden clogs were in style) wouldn't the wooden wedges be a bit heavy? I don't like knocking people out with my shoes.
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