6 Ways To Rock Your Wedges
Wedges were first introduced to the fashion world by Salvatore Ferragamo back in 1935. While it was the ’90s that saw the evolution of sneaker wedges, it was French designer Isabel Marant who glammed them up and brought them global appeal. Celebrities such as Priyanka Chopra, Aditi Rao Hydari, Shruti Haasan and Alia Bhatt have been spotted wearing sneaker wedges, while Jeremy Scott created Wedge Trainers for Adidas. Designers Dolce & Gabbana and Jean Paul Gaultier have included the sandal style in their summer 2014 runway collections.
Wedges not only give your legs an elongated effect, but also save your feet from painful stilettos. They are ideal for bohemian, feminine and casual outfits. Here’s what you can wear them with.
1) With Shorts
Wedged heels work very well with shorter hemlines enabling you to flaunt your long legs. When heading out to unwind by the poolside, wear a pair of hot shorts with your ankle-strap wedges. Carry a handbag and let your hair down.
2) With A Nautical Outfit
Stripes have been known to look casual yet stylish and wedges can perk them up. Make sure the footwear is in neutral shades of black, white, beige or white. Match your handbag with it for a well-coordinated look.
3) With White
4) With Cropped Pants
Flaunt your wedges and ankles in cropped pants. Wear printed pants with plain footwear or vice versa.
5) With Dresses And Skirts
6) The Wedge Trainers
Trend alert! Wedge trainers are being spotted on every fashionista’s feet and are a must-haves in your shoe closet. Make sure you pair them with athletic clothes having shorter hemlines such as a pair of shorts or a mini skater skirt. Else, opt for skinny pants or tights.
Now that your know how to wear your wedges, you should also know when not to wear them. Avoid wearing wedges with the following.
1) Pencil skirts/dresses
2) Midi skirts
4) Floor-length silhouettes
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