Wedge Heels – A Style Staple

December 7, 2012

in Celebrity Fashion, Jildor Shoes , Tory Burch shoes

Have you ever gotten your heel stuck into a grate or crack? Did you trip or twist your ankle? They say beauty is pain, but it doesn’t have to be. Wedges make your legs look lovely without a risk of a high heel slip. There are dozens of wedge style heels to choose from at Jildor from sporty to super trendy. Here are some star style look alikes we love.

Peep Toe Wedges

Angelina Jolie
Tory Burch Sally Wedges

Here actress and ambassador Angelina Jolie is spotted outside of the Roosevelt Hotel on a press tour. She sports a low key, neutral toned ensemble consisting of a  gray sheath dress, aviator shades, tan bag  and peep toe wedges. Her classy heels are similar to the  Tory Burch tan wedge heels seen above. Walk a mile in her shoes and snag the  Tory Burch Sally Wedges which perfectly capture her ladylike elegance.

Natural Rope Wedges

Jennifer Aniston

Tory Burch Jackie

How  can you not love Jennifer Aniston’s casually chic look? It looks effortless yet still totally stylish and anyone can pull it off. To wear in cooler weather add a cute cardigan and fun fedora and swap the wedge sandals for similarly styled rope wedge peep toes like the Tory Burch Jackie. The Tory Burch Shoe has the same cool, natural look as Jen’s wedges but gives your feet some added coverage in the cold.

Patterned Heel Wedges

Melanie Laurent

Tory Burch Ida

Actress Melanie Laurent is spotted looking fabulous at fall fashion week in France, Paris to be exact. She looks tres chic in her ensemble, but what stands out most is her gorgeous wedge heels, similar to the Tory Burch Ida. We’re in love with the beautiful leather laser cut detailing on the heel of the shoe! You are sure to shine in this hot heel, perfect for warmer weather any time of the year. It’s so stunning, we might even wear the Tory Burch Wedge in the winter…just maybe. We’re predicting that this shoe style will certainly be a hit this summer, so snag your embellished wedges now, before everybody has them.

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