LFW Runway Footwear: Burberry Prorsum
If one shoe style really stood out at most of the A/W shows, it had to be the wedge, which continues bravely in its campaign to out-do the stiletto. Most shoes, even the high heels, could be described as 'substantial' this season, and both guests and designers alike went in for the wedge in a big way.
This was certainly true of Burberry, whose shoes were all chunky and heavy-soled cut-out wedges. Styled almost like trainers, these breathtaking shoes are sure to inspire the high street next season, so we suggest you start practising your best wedge-walk now! To try out wedges this high at the affordable high-street end of the market, you might want to try out these gorgeous snakeskin-effect wedge sandals, which have just gone on sale for £65 at Miss Selfridge