UNQUEENLY WEDGES

  • Sharply monochrome
    Sharply monochrome
    If you love black but want a new way to wear it, these black and white lizard print points add textural interest without limiting coordination options.
  • Autumnal suede
    Autumnal suede
    With an easy-to-walk-in 3" heel, roomy rounded toe, and soft upper, these Tobacco suede courts are perfect for this transitional time of year.
  • Classic beauty
    Classic beauty
    If you have a winter sun break planned, or are optimistic about an Indian Summer at home, these chicly pretty almond toe espadrilles are for you.
  • Reptilian red
    Reptilian red
    Mulberry is the perfect rich shade for giving a luxurious feel to your Autumn outfit. The petal-shaped toe and towering 3.75" wedge add femininity.
  • Chelsea twist
    Chelsea twist
    Elasticated boots like these are great to pull on when you're in a hurry. The unexpected detail of shaped elastic panels prevents these from being plain.

You may have read about HRH Queen Elizabeth’s dislike of wedges, and how the Duchess of Cambridge has abandoned her love of wedges to please Her Majesty.

Well I’m not here to annoy royalty, but I do believe that wedges have an important role to play in our shoedrobes. The extra height combined with stability are an excellent combination.

In honour of the Duchess’s former favourite shoes, have a click through the slideshow to check out the fabulous new season wedges from LK Bennett.

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