In fashion terms, wedges are a keeper. It's precisely because of their retro/vintage/TBT look and feel that they will never fade from our fashion radar. Go all out Woodstock in a flowing maxidress and strappy wedges or do them the grown-up way with lace-up wedges and jeans. Skinny, bootlegs or wide-legged jeans will do nicely. Like all shoes, heels matter and if you want yours to carry you around all day – from bus to office to mall to home to movies to drinks – beware of a pair that is too high. Fortunately there is a swathe of fashion wedges that range from midi to nearly flat. Wedge sandals and a tunic, shift dress or shorts will always be a classic summer look. Ropey espadrille wedges are particularly summery but materials are, well, immaterial. Platform wedges have also come to stay and are a good style if you want seriously high wedges, as the front of the foot is raised off the ground too so that your foot is not angled at 45 degrees. Spree’s wedges include a wide array of styles from T-bars and strappy styles to slingbacks and closed 'court' wedge. There are women who swear by wedges as the holy grail of footwear. They make you taller without making you teeter and are excellent party shoes but never look overdone. But be warned, once you've bought your first pair of wedges, you'll be sold. But no matter, Spree always updates our online shop with new styles so that you log on any time to browse the latest wedges. It's not a question of whether you should buy wedges but rather how many pairs of wedges.