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I really don't like them

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I love the Jil Sander shoes...(and I don't usually like Jil Sander!)

The Louis Vuittons....blech. That gold foil stuff looks cheapcheapcheap.

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^oWWW look at the little toe on the LV purple ones..OWW!

I like them. My favourites are the Pucci ones. I would wear them but with a very demure outfit.. they are must too eyecatching to compete with something pretty

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Isn't this quite an old trend? I remember seeing lots of these the last season and the season before that.

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looove jil sander

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I really love this trend, it's great because it allows for a lot of creativity with the cut out shape.

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Quote:
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I really love this trend, it's great because it allows for a lot of creativity with the cut out shape.
True, never thought of it that way.

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I only like cut-out wedges when everything else is very simple, or else it's quite easy for them to look gaudy.

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Pucci did some like two years ago in 2005, they were GORGEOUS. This seasons Pucci's are HIDEOUS, well, it is Williamson who is completely tasteless.


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love the metallic silver ones at jil sander..



but i think it was marc jacobs' wedge from f/w06 that turned me on to them.

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Sure, I'd wear some of these There have been a few around, but not sure it could be considered a full-blown trend till now ...

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I think this is a huge trend for the spring season and hope it continues into the next fall seasons boots. it's new and fun and I like that it can be a dress shoe (jil sander) or a fun wedge.

I love these celine's and have them on pre-order at the store because there is a waiting list.

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They look cool but they don't seem very practical.

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you're so right, I'm over them. funny how that happens.

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They don't look like they support the arch of the foot well, or for longer. But eh, I'll "tell" my "friends" to "rent" them instead.

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