Friday, 8 February 2013

Wedge Trainers... Yay or Nay?*

Hey lovelies,

So this week I give you a fashion related post on a Friday. It is in fact related one of my favourite parts of fashion. Shoes. I spent most of my money whilst university on one of two things, which is very obvious if you ever come in my room and those two things are my two addictions in life, I have a shoe addiction and also a DVD addiction.  

But back to the post. I was wandering around the interwebs looking for shoes when I hopped onto the Barratts website and saw a pair of wedge trainers that for some reason appealed to me ( I think it was the colour)




I'm a big fan of the burgundy colour, so when I was offered the chance to pick any shoes off the Barratts website I knew I wanted to try these bad boys out. The one thing that had stopped me from trying wedge trainers before was that I was unsure whether they would suit me or how comfortable they would be to wear.

On the comfort front, I am a wide 8/9 foot apart from getting my foot in the shoe which is a little struggle but I'm guessing thats just down to the fact they're new. They are just like wearing normal trainers but being lifted slightly higher in the air.

Whether they suit me, I put forward the evidence to you to decide. I've tried to take pictures with as many views as possible for you all to help me decide. Are you ready? (please excuse the mess)







What do you think? Do you have any tips to what is the best thing to wear with wedge trainers? Leave me some comments below.

If you want a pair of these shoes for yourself, they are £35 (with free delivery) and you can find them here.

Till Next Time,

Clare xxx


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  1. I like them! I have just bought some wedge trainers, although I haven';t worm them yet- mine have drums printed on them and I boiught them more for the print than anything else so I'm struggling with what to wear them with a little.

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  2. They look really cool! Think would look good with Brickola ;) xx

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    1. hehe trust you to think MAC, Laura xx

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  3. Initially i was a no because they were wrong but i am starting to love them, when i see what bloggers are teaming them with makes me want a pair!

    They look good.

    Txx

    http://fantasticfunfashion.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. They are very comfy, I say treat yourself xx

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  4. I'm always no. I just don't get them. If you want wedges buy wedges if you want trainers buy trainers. They don't go together..... However, you wear them well ;) xx

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    1. Thanks natalie, they really are comfy xx

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  5. I want them in black, but I could never find them in my size! x

    www.justshazea.blogspot.com

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    1. check back, they restocked once when I was looking xx

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  6. I hate the idea of them but I really like how they look! Zara have got some fabulous ones in at the moment that don't even look like trainers which may defeat the object and is probably why I love them! x

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    1. I haven't really looked into Zara before. I might check them out xx

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  7. At first I wasn't too keen on them, but then they grew on me when my sister tried them on. I agree with Vicky (comment above) Zara have some really nice ones atm, but back to wedged trainers - YAY! :) xx

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    1. They are definitely a marmite thing, some people love them some people hate them. Thanks for the comment xx

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