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Women's Wedge Fashion Sneakers

The 90's are coming back hand in hand with versatile wedge sneakers. Women's shoes offer more room for play and variation than men's, and the wedge trainers combine comfort with glamour. You can walk for miles in these trainers, and you still do not have to give up heels. The casual women's block fashion sneakers may be a safe option when selecting a pair of sneakers, but the wedges sport a more daring look.


Typically, slim fashion sneakers are from canvas, which lends itself to endless colour combinations. Canvas is a good, breathable material. However, leather feels more elegant and, with proper care, does not stain so easily, unless it is suede. This being said, leather definitely requires more care, while your canvas shoes can handle themselves.


Traditional sneakers have laces that you need to tie and that could unfasten on the go if you did not do it properly. Wedge sneakers come more often with a zip fastening, so it is easy to slip into them. Some, in fact, could be slip-ons with the fastenings on them only as a decoration, while others also feature velcro enclosures.


The wedge heel is one of the most comfortable ones around when you need to walk for a long time. It forms a solid block with the sole, offering maximum support for your feet. In terms of ankle coverage, the sneakers fall into three categories. The low-tops do not cover the ankle and are thus best for summer. The high-tops, obviously, cover the ankle, keeping it warm, while mid-tops fall somewhere in between. When it comes to colour combinations and patterns, the selection of fashion sneakers available has something for every style, from sophisticated to funky.

Compatible Outfits

Casual, yet with an air of glamour, wedge sneakers match many outfits. Skinny jeans, comfortable leggings, pencil skirts, or even shorts go with them. For a more luxurious vibe, pick a pair of shimmering sneakers and combine them with pleated or tulle skirts and a leather jacket.

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