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Walking down Fifth this weekend I saw not one, not two, but three different girls dressed in a variety of outfits accompanied by sneaker wedges. Yes,
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Walking down Fifth this weekend I saw not one, not two, but three different girls dressed in a variety of outfits accompanied by sneaker wedges. Yes,
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Walking down Fifth this weekend I saw not one, not two, but three different girls dressed in a variety of outfits accompanied by sneaker wedges. Yes, sneaker wedges. Each time I saw a pair walk by, I stopped and watched them stomp past me and thought to myself, "Why?" Sure, they're a combination of the most comfortable shoe out there with one of the cutest, but let's face it, it's a high-heeled sneaker, which is a little like slapping a heel onto an Ugg and calling it evening wear. They could be cute underneath a pair of wide-leg jeans, but only because you wouldn't see the entire shoe. This is literally the only instance we can think of. We just plain don't get this one - Are they meant for Posh Spice-wannabes in Phys Ed? Or are rubber triangles under otherwise normal sneakers the new Croc? As in, something hideous that we better get used to seeing around anyway? Someone please explain, quickly. --KYLE HAYES