the study of red strappy wedges

17 Aug

Red satin strappy sandals with 4-inch wedge heel by Steve Madden, via Nordstrom Rack. These are one of my favorite pairs of summer heels, I love the wedges, I love the straps. I feel like these shoes are lingerie for your feet, but, you know, the kind that is appropriate to wear to work.

I found this skirt a few weeks ago and have absolutely loved wearing it, it is perfect for road trips or other long bouts of sitting where you don’t want to look (or feel) like a slouch but are desperate for some slouchy-feeling clothes. Coincidentally, the chevron pattern means I can also wear it to work without worrying I’m too casual. Double win!

The Details

Chevron skirt: Old Navy
Cream T: Downeast Outfitters
Tan cardigan: Old Navy
Red scarf: Urban Outfitters I absolutely love the sheep print on this!
Coral-like silver ring: From a teeny little general store in Wisdom, MT
Red strappy wedges: Nordstrom Rack
Silver bracelet: Tiffany

**This post is part of Kayla‘s 21 Day Challenge. Day 3: Mix patterns. Check out the rest of the participants in the Flickr group here.

5 Responses to “the study of red strappy wedges”

  1. Danielle August 17, 2011 at 7:59 pm #

    I love, love, love the chevron skirt. Old Navy? Whodathunkit? Good work!

  2. peggy August 17, 2011 at 11:11 pm #

    your outfit is super fab! i love it! i wanted that skirt soooo badly and never found it at my old navy!

  3. Christian August 21, 2011 at 1:24 am #

    The straps are the right width, the buckle is not too overwhelming, the heel height with the wedge is perfect…and it’s not often you see a pair of wedges without the slightly raised heel in the back. It seems like you found quite a pair.

    And is that your Honda Fit Sport in the background?

    • heidikins August 22, 2011 at 8:06 pm #

      Um, no. I am not naive or dumb enough to put a photo of my personal car on the internet.

  4. pinksuedeshoe August 23, 2011 at 10:16 pm #

    Loveage on the chevrons. Is that correct grammer? Loveage them.

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