I love shoes and am excited to kick off this event with Brian James Footwear. I have been living in my ballet flats and they may need replacing soon. Since I am always on the lookout for some comfortable yet stylish shoes to wear to work and out, when the wedges and booties arrived for review, I couldn't get them out of the box fast enough. The Brian James Footwear line was created by Angela Edgeworth, the founder of Pediped (one of my favorite lines of children's shoes). The designs are clean and classic with ultimate comfort in mind.
Booties are HOT for fall and the 2.5 leather Wedge Bootie does not disappoint. It is not obscenely high that the soles of my feet are burning after an entire day of work. They are the perfect height to pair with dresses as well as slacks during the workweek and then with some skinny denim on the weekends. The insole is super cushioned as characteristic of Brian James Footwear. The bark brown leather is supple and the stitching is impeccable.
If you are looking for the perfect everyday pump for work, look no further than Brian James' 2.5 wedge pump. It has the comfort of the ballet flat yet with a nice wedge to accommodate my pesky work pants. I have short legs and a long torso. That means that my work pants fall a wee bit different on me so that I can't wear my usual heels unless I want that dreaded flooded pant look. These wedges are perfectly soothing to my feet and allow the pant to fall seamlessly in place about .5 from the ground.
What's neat about Brian James Footwear is that you can try up to 5 pairs of shoes for free! Just order and then keep what you want and return the rest :) Happy Feet!
Buy It: You can purchase the 2.5 Wedge Bootie for $125 and 2.5 Wedge Pump for $125.
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