Caged Wedge Sandals #PaylessforStyle
Today Cyndi and I are wrapping up our 27 Days of Spring Fashion style series! This has been a fun one. I feel like I’m finally getting the hang of this fashion blogging thing!
These caged wedge sandals are incredibly comfortable. They have an ankle zip for easy on/easy off, smooth lining, padded footbed, and a 3½-inch woven wedge with a 1-inch platform. The designer did a great job with that smooth interior lining. Nowhere do these rub or aggravate my feet, and the 2½-inch heel drop is perfect for walking comfortably.
I styled these sassy shoes with a simple black top and blue jeans. This is an outfit that will take me many places this spring and summer.
I am a sucker for a dolman sleeve, and I particularly like the flattering V-neck and the slimming seams down the front and back. For size reference, I’m wearing a medium.
The jeans are my DL1961 Emma skinnies. I love how versatile these are. I often wear them full-length, but for this outfit I created a wide cuff to allow the shoes to shine.
Here’s one last closeup of the shoes. I love the contrast of the woven platform against the black straps. Best of all, they’re only $34.99, and Payless is currently running a BOGO 50% off sale! They have a great selection of spring and summer shoes right now. If you need other ideas, you can see my last two partnership with Payless HERE and HERE.
Outfit Details: Noah High-Wedge Sandals c/o Payless $34 // Dolman Jetsetter Tee $29
DL1961 Emma Skinnies $179 // my Stella & Dot Metallic Slim City Clutch $49
my Stella & Dot Wanderer Necklace $39 and Stone Tile Ring $49
bracelets c/o Alex and Ani
Don’t forget to visit Cyndi and see the spring outfit she’s styling today!
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