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Feelin' those end-of-winter blues? It's time to cut it out with that, and cheer up--'cause I'm showin' off spring/summer cutout sandals from good ol' Piperlime.com! Great neutral wedge sandals & heels with that spin of texture that you're cravin'. Check 'em...

First up, these outstanding Messeca 'Colbee' wedges. A healthy 5-inch heel, and 100% leather make this beauty complete! Zip these suckers up the side, and leave the back cutout detail to do all of the talking. This is the ideal get-you-noticed spring wedge.

Up next, adore these Rosegold 'Cira' wedges with their 4 1/4" wedge heel and 1" platform for some extra-added height! Leather lining, synthetic outsole and 100% leather upper material, these = quality heels. I dig the brass buckle closure at the side, too. Great wedges to pair with skinny jeans, springtime white pencil skirt, even some stylish Bermuda shorts that you've been dying to break out!
Although they may not be in the budget, these Cynthia Vincent 'Jaden' sandals are sure worth a look (or two!). Another 4 1/4" wedge, with 3/4" platform gives these leather lovelies juuuuust the right amount of height without being too towering. I love the woven gold straps over the top of the sandal, that gives that leg-lengthening effect on any gal. And with Cynthia Vincent, you can never go wrong!
So pack up those winter blues and bring on spring!

xoxo,
holly in heels

Comments

  1. I love these shoes but would tower over my hubby in them. Have you seen any that give the same look that are in the 2 inch range?

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  2. I'm obsessed with the Messeca ones -- so pretty!
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  3. omg that cutout wedge (the first one) what a show stopper! I LOVE IT!

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  4. Thanks, ladies! So glad you like :) Aubree: I'm a shorty so I always pick the high, high heels, but if you're looking for something in the 2" range I'd hit up Piperlime.com or Nordstrom.com Tons of selection and great prices!
    xoxo,
    holly in heels

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  5. Some beautiful shoes and they look really comfy too. I think I like the first ones best a really unusual design.

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