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Paul Green's Ozzie wedge ($378) is a great neutral complement to just about anything in your wardrobe. When paired with a flirty dress, its beige color acts like a leg-lengthening nude pump (the most comfortable pump at that).
"Run" errands wearing Nike's Dunk Sky Hi in Hyper Red ($125), which adds a fun pop of color to your black skinny jeans and classic white tee.
Puma's Sky Wedge Chambray ($100) has a summery flair and dare we say some actually cool velcro straps.
Wear Paul Green's Paris hidden wedge ($365) with a midi-skirt or slightly tuck in your favorite breezy trousers. The uncomplicated design makes for easy combinations.
The patent details of Jimmy Choo's Panama wedge ($795) could win best supporting sneaker to your on-the-town ensemble.
Vince Camuto's Follie sneaker ($127) walks the line of casual and dressy, but we'll stick to donning ours with rolled-up boyfriend jeans and a fitted blazer.
BC Footwear's Break the Ice wedge ($70) has a mesh overlay--ideal to pair with a swimsuit and tunic combo.
Zara's wedge sneaker ($129) would look cool and comfortable with a chambray shirt and white jeans.
What?s not to like about a heel that masquerades as an athletic shoe?
The best for athletic endeavors How much do we like Nike?s Dunk Sky Hi Print ($125)? The sporty silhouette and extra cushioning make these shoes comfortable enough to chase after the kids or ?run? errands, and the subtle print lends a stylish note.
The easiest to work into your wardrobe For old-school panache, try Puma?s Sky Wedge Chambray ($100) in Peach Blush. The neutral color scheme pairs nicely with jeans or even, dare we say, shorts. We also love Paul Green?s Paris wedge shoes in light blue ($365); they are made from luscious leather and would look great with black skinnies.
The best for staying cool If your ankles are sweating just reading this, then take a look at this Puma creation ($90), which marries breathable mesh and cutouts with a sneaker sensibility. And BC Footwear?s Break the Ice sneakers in orange ($70) are a mesh marvel--just be sure to order a half size down since they run big.
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