Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Love it or Leave it: Wedge Sneakers

Sneakers aren't just for the gym anymore. Enter wedge sneakers. Lately, they've been given a lift and have become staples in some women's wardrobes. They can be added to both edgy outfits and girly outfits, and they're probably a bit more comfortable than your usual wedge or heel because of the padding.

It's a trend that's becoming popular around the world as you can see from the above pictures taken from Lookbook.nu. Celebrities are loving the trend too, especially Victoria's Secret model, Alessandra Ambrosio. Below, she was spotted three different times wearing these heightening sneakers.

In my opinion, I would like to leave them. They aren't exactly my favorite trend right now, and they definitely aren't a good look for me. I just can't seem to make myself wear boyish looking sneakers with a cute outfit, even if they do have a wedge in them. Maybe I'll come around to it eventually...but probably  not.

What do you think about wedge sneakers? Love it or Leave it?


1. Sketchers PLS 3 - $80.00
3. Shopbop Ash - $195.00

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  1. i'm totally addicted to wedge sneakers right now! hightops in general actually! you could totally rock them girl!


  2. I only really love the Isabel Marant ones!
    (and only those with the big puffy tongue! and maybe the little cute ones like the white ones Ambrosio wears)
    Because they seem more like a sneaker.
    All the other ones are a no for me!
    They seem too.. weird?! Like the all star kind of shoes with heels!
    I wouldn't wear those, never!

    xx, A!

  3. I just had the same debate (love or leave wedge sneakers) on my blog!

    I am not a big fan of the trend. When they first started to become popular I thought they were awful. Now that they've been around for awhile and have more styles available I'm more okay for them. They are NOT for me - I'm not much of a sneaker/running shoe person anyway, but I'm okay with them on other people - I don't cringe anymore!


  4. I want wedge sneakers more than most things!

    xo Ashley

  5. I love it! have to buy one!


  6. I adore sneaker wedges! They're the comfiest shoes I own. LOVE them. I would totally recommend them!


  7. Ya they are not my style either, but some girls are really rocking these sneaker wedges:)!

  8. Not a fan! but i know some poeple who could rock them!

    Glass of Fashion

  9. I'm really not that into it. If I'm going to wear sneakers, they should be comfortable enough to run in.

  10. I'll seriously leave it! It's really not me..
    Thank you so much for your comment, I'm now following you darling.


  11. Thanks for visiting my blog. I like yours! But I think I will always love the usual sneaker but I think the idea is great!

    Follow each other?


  12. Love the dress on her and the styling is great.Nice collection of shoes, I really like these.. Designer shoes make your look elegant.

  13. I love sneakers with wedges, I love comfortable shoes with lace, I love high heels in red.

  14. I'm not a fan of this trend...but these ladies pull it off so well!

    The Other Side of Gray

  15. Definitely LOVE IT. I have my own pair that I always like to wear - they're casual but help elongate my legs a little. Stylish and comfortable!

    Check out my post on wedge sneakers on my blog - www.alyssamarierose.com :)

  16. they are starting to grow on me...i love the original isabel marant ones, and neutral and simple ones in general.


  17. I love looking at them on other people- still debating on whether I could pull them off or not though!

  18. Love the wedge sneakers trend! Kinda sporty yet can be dressy as well. Definitely a highlight of fashion in 2013. Any thoughts if it will continue into 2014? I recently wrote a blogpost about the leather trend in 2013. Would be great if you can comment on it :D http://dressi.ly/2013-fashion-review/

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