There are now several months that we see around, especially at the feet of celebrities and fashion-bloggers, Beyonce wears in the video for “Love on Top” and is now the trend. Comfortable, glamorous and ultra feminine, here comes the Wedge Sneakers!
That the sneakers with wedges were not exactly a novelty there is no doubt.
Indeed, to say the truth the idea not lured us at all, perhaps because it brought back some sad orthopedic shoes. Do not expect anything like that because last year the sneakers have undergone a remarkable makeover. The pioneer was the young and talented French designer Isabel Marant that has upset completely the standards of sports shoe, giving it a touch of glamor and irresistible femininity. His Willow have been worn by the singer Beyonce in the video of his song “Love on Top”, where kicking wrapped in a skintight black bodysuit. Since then we have seen them at the foot of Rihanna, Miranda Kerr, Gisele Bundchen, Dakota Fanning and many other mentioned by iamhigher.com sneaker articles.
Excess in the forms is the watchword: starting with the exaggerated tongue, and by the bright colors and neon. No strings, just Velcro fasteners. And of course the internal wedge hidden, which accomplished the prodigy propel the leg just as would a moderate heel, and at the same time, allows more bassine to earn those strategic 6/8 centimeters. Perfect with a pair of skinny jeans or jeggings and perhaps with an oversized sweater, there are those who dare more, combining them with shorts and skirts. sore point: the Isabel Marant cost approximately € 485. a price that can be prohibitively expensive, but fear not dear readers, as always we low cost solutions for every budget! Those Lemare’,for example are almost perfectly identical to Marant, besides made in Italy and at half the price. We then those of Ash, suede, single-colored and different in styling. You can find your wedge sneakers also from H & M, Pull & Bear, Primadonna, Serafini, Aldo, Primark and even in the sportswear giant: Nike.
Fanatics of All Star and Superga, I turn to you! Ready to go “on the upper floors”?