The Wedge: Go Bold!

Spring does not “officially” arrive until March 20th but with the gorgeous weather we’re seeing in Austin this week for SXSW, everyone seems to be in full on spring attire.  Yesterday as we were walking down South Congress, people were out and about wearing sandals/flip-flops, sundresses, sleeveless tops and shorts (Ummm…I must say…my legs aren’t quite ready to tackle the shorts yet…YIKES).  This got me thinking about my spring wardrobe and what main pieces will take me through spring and summer.  After perusing my closet, I’ve already found some trends that I’m sure to be sporting (bold floral patterns, yellow and neon to name a few) but the shoes in my closet aren’t looking too promising.  Although I’m still not quite ready to give up my boots, I’m looking forward to busting out some wedges for spring/summer.  With the key trend being all about bold colors, my wedges will follow suit.  I’m kind of ob-sessed with the Jimmy Choo wedge up top but unfortunately they are a bit out of my price range.  No fear though, here are some more options from one of my fave shops ModCloth.

I seem to always drift to any and all Seychelles‘ shoes. Love this pair from ModCloth site. Such a fun color!

How groovy is this wedge (also from ModCloth)!  I absolutely can not wait to pair this one with all my colored jeans and bold floral dresses. Imagine this shoe with my bright yellow jean…to.die.for!

Also, this spring/summer, don’t be afraid to throw not only bright color into the mix but pattern on the wedge.

Great pair to consider from Anthropologie. I will be adding these to my “must have” list!

Finally, I’m somewhat obsessed with animal print so will have to factor an “AP” shoe into my spring/summer attire.  I love this pair by Sam Edelman. For the fall/winter, I had an animal print Sam Edelman boot which I paired with EVERYTHING!  This wedge can add a great pop of funkiness to any outfit.

There they are…the wedges I’m currently loving and wanting!  Can’t wait to put some outfits together around these babies and post on the blog.

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