Women's slip on shoes of Spanish origin that traditionally have a woven fabric (usually canvas) upper, a flexible sole woven from rope or jute, and a strap that ties around the ankles. Other versions of espadrilles may have leather uppers and an adjustable ankle strap (instead of a tie strap).
Wedge shoes, also referred to as wedge heels or wedges, are shoes with a triangular shape heel in the form of a wedge, with the heel and sole forming a solid block. Wedge heel shoes generally raise the heel of wearer between 1" to 3" and considered to be more stable that other types of high heel shoes. Wedge shoes come in a variety of styles, including sandals, pumps, and boots.