"Fashion at the speed of life"

Sandals seem to be the shoes of the moment for this spring season! So many style and textures can be daunting so we did all the work for you.


Two types of wedges are in focus this spring, the colorful wedge which is more daring and the subdued wood heeled wedge. Wedges scream classic chic but new styles allow them to be incorporated into any style. The Roberto Cavalli edition of the wooden heel seems slightly tough with patch and stud details remaining us of punk style.

Wooden Wedges by Roberto Cavalli

We also saw a wooden wedge with patent leather that had such glam appeal!

For colorful heeled wedge has a pop culture feel which gives it a vintage feel. We loved this Cynthia Rowley version for its geometric bright print.

Cap-toe ballet flats

Ballet flats have always been for romantic dressers but more and more styles are making these shoes versatile with any style. Black with metallic tips can be worn by glams, stud details by rockers, neon by punks, cream and canvas styles by causal etc.

Belle by Sigerson Morrison

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Comments on: "Spring shoe guide 2012 Part 1: Wedges and ballet flats" (2)

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