wedge heel

NOUN
  1. a heel that is an extension of the sole of the shoe
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How To Use wedge heel In A Sentence

  • There are casual shoes that can pass for dress shoes, with the rubber sole and wedge heel, in both lace shoes and loafers.
  • Kate did some waving to the crowds in a printed dress by Issa, cream-colored jacket and wedge heels. Kate Middleton Steps Out On Day Before Wedding In Printed Dress (PHOTOS)
  • Team your slouchy, layered outfits with wedge heeled espadrilles, because the sandals which originate from Spain and were big in the 70s are back once again.
  • In fact, wedge heels range from low to high, it's the shape and the length of the heel that classify it as a wedge.
  • Wedge heel with one-component latex rubber outsole for lightweight flexibility.
  • Models tiptoed along in wedge heels and stilettos, and posed in front of giant propeller fans.
  • Wear with wedge heels for a terrific look. The Sun
  • Covered wedge heel and platform gives extra comfort and style.
  • The sole need not be chunky with thick treads; a classier, trendier solution is a thin, wedge heel.
  • Wear with wedge heels for a terrific look. The Sun
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