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May 29, 2012  | by: Caitlyn Gallip

This season's wedges give a fun, flirty flair to your summer wardrobe

As you walk down the street, add a spring in your step with the perfect summer shoe. Wedge sandals are all the rage right now. From the 1970s inspired platform to the casual espadrille, wedges are embraced by celebrities and stores alike.

This trend is accessible to practically everyone and can be worn with everything. Paired with a boho skirt or colorful shorts, wedges offer height and comfort. The beauty of the wedge is that it takes the majority of the pressure off the balls of your feet, making them wearable for the day.

Old Navy Scarf Wedges

Lea Michelle in yellow wedges

No matter your style, wedges are available in every color and at every price. For affordable heels, check places like Target or Old Navy for colorful, fun prints. If you are looking for an investment piece, Steve Madden has fashionable shoes for everyone.

Many celebrities have embraced this trend as well. From the cast of Glee to Jesse Jay, almost every celebrity has stepped out on the street in a pair. Like Lea Michele’s bright yellow pair or Jennifer Hudson’s strappy sandals, the wedge has taken over the streets.

So how will you wear wedges? The answer: Any way you want.

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