Get a Wedgie! Oops..I mean Wedge Shoe!

While receiving a wedgie might not be hot, wearing a “wedge” is! The wedge is not only the comeback kid of shoes, it’s the Must Have of the spring and summer seasons.

$30 and UNDER!

What makes the wedge so hot?

1. It can be worn with any type of pant! (shorts, dresses, jeans, etc…)

2. It has nothing to do with having your underwear over your head.

3. They can be sexy, casual, and colorful.

4. You can find them for under $30!

Tip of the Day: With trends, such as a wedge, be mindful that the style could be out by the next summer season. Don’t spend a fortune on a shoe or apparel that is “trendy.” Instead, save and spend on staple pieces that can be worn multiple times!

Check these sites out for Inexpensive Wedges or Wedgies (whichever you prefer):




Forever 21


5 thoughts on “Get a Wedgie! Oops..I mean Wedge Shoe!”

    1. Here’s 3 easy ways to wear these wedges to work (which are by the way super hot!). 

      First, in the winter/fall pair these wedges with a black tight this will not only elongate your leg but won’t be as “risque” to work. Then wear it with a pencil skirt or shift dress and colored blazer for a more conservative yet funky vibe. 

      Next, find a great fitted wide leg trouser with a soft feminine blouse. These will look amazing yet still read work appropriate! 

      Lastly, find a great skinny black cigarette pant and pair it with a fairly conservative tie blouse. The mix of menswear with these killer heels will leave you looking professional yet way more stylish than the boys!

  1. Nice collection on wedges shoes.Its common to see that wedges are very popular among women of all ages. Wedges are available in various styles and designs.I really like all the pair of wedges mention in this article.

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