Here are some photos to help show you how to wear the wedge sneaker trend.
Its dance time. I love this song!
Yeah, I can clearly see why.
Originally posted on Dangerous Lee Network:
As the years have gone by it seems that heels are getting higher and higher, strangling women’s feet into submission. High heels have become a modern form of foot binding, where women’s health and comfort is sacrificed at the alter of ‘looking good’. The worst part is that it isn’t just socially acceptable but actually encouraged. High heels are often on the uniform in workplaces, they’re ubiquitous in clubs and they’re even creeping into daytime wear. Stilettos are a plague, and they’re catching up to everyone.
There are completely reasonable reasons why women wear high heels: they do give extra height and serve to lengthen and slender the leg. But why do we opt for the most painful pair of heels possible when a slight wedge is often all that is needed to get a great effect. Just to illustrate what high heels are doing to us, here are a list of reasons why men DON’T wear high heels – and why there are alternatives to stilettos that are fashionable as well as comfy.
Originally posted on The Fashion Foot:
Every year, I anticipate the coming of autumn, not only for the chilling change in weather, but for that fateful, cold day that signals the greatest season a girl like me could as for: boot season. Boots are one of my favorite fashion accessories, and from October, through the holiday season, I wear them practically every day, switching off between different pairs. Any style of boot can be worn with jeans or leggings, and many of them look great with a dress or skirt.
Boots have been a staple in fashion for years and years from the lace-up boot sandals of the ancient Greeks to the hearty seal skin boots of the Inuit tribes of Alaska. Today, many boots are bought for their efficiency in inclement weather, like rain boots or snow boots. Many more, however, are bought for their style rather than efficiency (although I love to combine the two). The styles today, I’ve found, reflect a 19th century vibe.
Originally posted on Trend magazine:
By Kiley Pawlak
Living in Iowa, it is hard to know what to wear each morning, let alone pick the perfect pair of shoes to combat the weather while still looking stylish. When picking out the perfect shoes for the fall, there are a few things you want to remember: color, comfort, style and your guideline always being ‘Will my feet stay warm if it starts snowing out of the blue?’ This is not uncommon for Iowa weather.
Keep in mind that right now you should have already made the transition from summer shoes to fall shoes, meaning the only shoes you should still be wearing from summer are your gym shoes. These, of course, never go out of style and can, and should, be used every season.
Love, love, love those colors.
Originally posted on stylesnooperdan:
Natalie Joos has an incredible fun, fluffy and playful view on fashion. The New York based fashion consultant/casting director/blogger is rarely seen in ‘on trend’ looks or pieces, but instead, opts for colourful and pretty vintage pieces mixed back with a high end bag or pair of shoes. Her refreshing look makes her a high target for street style photographers and her effortless joyful vibe warms up any image in which she is in. There is something about her that reminds me of my best friend, and I would love to see her in some of these looks, but what I do really love about Natalie is her restrained sense of effort and ease of joy that comes through in her style. This is very hard to achieve and I love that she does so, so organically. Check her gorgeous blog out here.
Here are some of her looks from September fashion weeks
I’ll take the Atwood boots in a size 8, please
Originally posted on Tasagi Designs:
Below are the “Sexiest Shoes of 2012“, according to Glamour! Take a look and please let me know what YOU think about these?
Me, personally, NOT to say that these shoes are not sexy…BUT I have seen sexier shoes…especially this year!
1. The Christian Louboutin red studded patent leather pump.