Wide fitting calf and foot? CHECK.
OMG. Wedge Welly!
Thank Goodness I met you, Wedge Welly Curve, before winter starts.
I am so impressed.
Recently, I was sent a pair of Wedge Welly Curve Boots to review. I tell you, I nearly had to squirrel them away and hide them from the courier - because having to return them this morning was HARD.
I LOVE these boots. I almost don't want to write anything else.
But here goes.
The comfort of these Wellingtons is also really amazing. The shoe is cushioned and your foot feels supported. I actually wondered how I would go with the WEDGE and I think the shoe actually works far more comfortably and naturally than a normal Wellington thanks to the curve of the base and how well it works with the natural contour of your foot. These shoes are easy to walk in and feel really natural.
I love how fashionable these Wellys are. I admit it. In Winter, more than once, I have thought how nice it would be to have really lovely pair of Welly's to wear to work. ESPECIALLY since my lovely leather boots could do with a break on those really torrential days. THESE are the Wellys I need. These are fashionable. The ones I tried came in a crocodile leather print (and are awesomely named MAN EATER) but they also come in plain black as well as black with a smudged pink design. I like that they look good, HAVE a heel and CAN pass as fashionable street/work wear. These are Wellingtons you can wear to festivals - but could ALSO wear on a day or even NIGHT out.
Wedge Welly has a UNIQUE range based in "normal" foot sizing as well as a FLEX range for wider calves. I am so impressed that the company makes a CURVE range for wider feet and calves and I think it it innovative in design as well us right up there for comfort and style.
Wedge Wellys Curve boots are available to buy through the Wedge Welly site and UNIQUE and FLEX designs ALSO have limited availability at ASOS. They are amazing AND with Winter coming I am going to buy a pair, I plan to be fashionably waterproof, comfortable and READY!
PS - In Australia, we always called Wellington Boots, GUMboots!
Oh, AND - the Wedge Welly site has music playing... I wasn't sure where it was coming from (I always have so many windows open), so - heads up! x.