Not a problem. When you are considering a club to use out of the sand you want to consider the bounce of the club more than you do the loft. Some clubs are marked with degree's of bounce, others are marked with dots. Often, clubs have a standard bounce unless you go into some custom selection online or whatever. For a sand shot, you want a HIGHER bounce. Typically, sand wedges are made with 10-16 degrees bounce, with 11-12 being the most common. Now, all bounce is is a measurement of the sole of the clubhead vs. the horizontal(dont worry about all this, doesn't matter whatsoever). What it does is it helps your club to dig into the ground less. You know that nice "thump" you hear when pros hit out of the sand trap? Thats because of the bounce and how its interacting with the sand, keeping their club afloat and effectively blasting the ball out of the trap, like you're supposed to.
So, this is where your swing type and conditions come into play. Do you have a steep swing and take huge divots most of the time, and ALSO play super soft conditions? Probably want a higher bounce to keep you from digging, but if you have a super shallow swing and play rock hard conditions, you'll want a lower bounce in order to help you clip the ball a bit better against the ground.
Standard, Gap and lob wedges come with 6-8* of bounce, and sand wedges 10-16*. You can figure out what you need based on that, but also, when you bend a wedge weak a degree, so when I bent my 50* wedge to 51* that also subsequently INCREASES your bounce 1 degree. Same with if you decrease loft with bending, like when I took my 60* to 59* you DECREASE your bounce 1 degree. So if you plan on doing bending, choose your bounce accordingly as well. A decent, standard setup to go with I would say is probably a 54-10 and a 58-(8-10) That way, you could play BOTH wedges out of the sand, open up the face a bit if you need to get the higher bounce, but neither has such high bounce that it affects the performance from the turf. Just my 2 cents, but again if you cant lay the face open without sending the ball off to the right, then you dont want to do that.
So the message to take away from all of this, choose the lofts you want for the shots you want to hit, then consider WHERE you will be hitting the specific club to determine the bounce. Higher bounce for sand and soft turf, and lower bounce for hard turf. Hope that helps.
If you need any recommendations for brands or anything, I have Mizuno MPR-12's that came out last year, they have DG spinner shafts stock that are great, and the sole grind is fantastic. They are also forged which I absolutely LOVE. Vokey's are tried and true and have a great sole grind and great turf interaction. I've also used my dads Callaway Jaws and thoroughly enjoy those. Go to your local shop, compare a few wedges, see which headshape suits your eye the best and which wedge you think you would be most comfortable with. If you go to a big box store like golf galaxy or dicks, 95% of the employees have absolutely no fucking clue what they are talking about when it comes to fitting for the degrees/bounce based on your swing, so I would really pay no attention to them.
Hope I helped!