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Wedge Booties: Hot or Not?

Posted by Hafsa | Wednesday October 27, 201012 comments
It looks like the newest shoe trend this Fall season is the wedge bootie. Not only does it add some inches, it also has a high-fashion air about it, and depending on what style you wear, can look sleek, grunge, vintage, sporty or dressy. 

Musician Florence Welch, and Gossip Girl stars Jessica Szohr and Taylor Momsen rock their wedge booties everywhere from the red carpet to the streets of New York City.

They can be worn high, low, laced up, or even open-toe. Check out these 10 wedge booties:
Dolce & Gabbana Wedge Bootie, US$585
Topshop Acorn Wedge Ankle Boots, US$170
Jeffrey Campbell Bandit Suede Wedge Booties, US$150
Urban Outfitters Deena & Ozzy Lace Up Wedge Bootie, US$78
Dollhouse Chala Bootie, US$45
Aldo Tauret, US$80
River Island Brown Ankle Wedge Boots, US$133
Pour la Victoire Chocolate Suede Wedge Platform Booties, US$154
R2 Bauer Bootie, US$45
Ash Ruched Wedge Ankle Boots, US$275

How do you feel about the wedge bootie?
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on December 04, 2013  average joe said:

Coming from a guy I would say they are trashy and slutty

on February 02, 2011  dolce_bellissima  4,214 said:

HOT HOT HOT! I LOVE the wedge booties. I especially like the ones that have a more sleek and delicate wedge design vs a really clunky wedge.

on November 21, 2010  Anony Mouse  578 said:

I like the ruched ones at the end.

on November 20, 2010  Judy37  2,658 said:

I am not a fan of wedges except for the summer sandal wedges that you could wear with a sundress. Other than that, I like them as much as i like harem pants....

on November 20, 2010  whynot said:

think these wedges ..the subtle kind in one solid color-- rocks!!!
so I vote yes on the D&G;ones or anything quite similar.
not only do they give the impression of longer legs, it looks very clean and chic when you pair them with pants/leggings of the same color or dark shade...like black on black, dark grey on black etc....
I don't like wedge booties if they stick out like a sore thumb in your outfit or if they look outrageous.

on October 28, 2010  Hafsa  50 said:

Don't worry, I'm not a wedge hater! Though everyone else seems to be :(

on October 28, 2010  cathy3087  98 said:

I am actually currently in the market for a pair of black wedge pumps (not booties, just regular wedges). And I have every intention of wearing them when I'm in the ChickAdvisor office so no comments from the wedge haters in the office please! :)

on October 27, 2010  jchang212  91 said:

i really don't like wedges too much...
but unfortunately, they're the most comfortable form of heels in existence.

why can't regular heels have more support? :(

on October 27, 2010  Tamika A.  212 said:

Hate them!!!! They remind me of the huge ugly spice girl platforms wedges circa 1990 something... If I was faced with death threats, the Aldo ones could work.

on October 27, 2010  Ali de Bold  STAFF said:

I'm over wedges. I was really excited about them in 2006 but now I shudder a bit when I see someone wearing them. There are some exceptions of course. I think if you want to pull this off, it has to be in a fun way like the bright fuchsia ones.

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