The lace-up wedges, which retail for $69.95, are my favorite pair. I warmed up to them after putting them on and noting their versatility. The laces make them adjustable, while the vamp is made of neutral-hued stamped leather, which adds both interest and depth. There is adequate arch support, and the wooden soles feel both light and sturdy. My only issue is with the sizing; there is almost an inch of extra length in the soles.
The red sandals, which retail for $59.95, also run big. I love the way Jennine wore hers with a bold red pedicure. (This style looks similar to this style and this lower heeled style by Swedish Hasbeens.) The heel is just under 3" with a .75" platform at the toe, and like the other pair, there is great arch support, a leather upper, and a light, yet solid wooden heel. Upon close inspection, I noticed that the leather edges of the straps are slightly shredding, but it's nothing that a few snips of the scissors can't fix. Both pairs have rubber soles. I found the wedges to be a bit heavier than the red sandals. The wedges have a higher heel at 3.5" with a 1" platform. In conclusion, for anyone planning to buy the Swedish Hasbeens for H&M, I recommend buying a size smaller because they run large. Overall, though, I'm happy with my picks and think they'll be fun to style with some of my maxi dresses, rompers, and flowy floral shorts this summer.
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