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Yay or Nay?: Ultra Platform Wedges

Happy Friday, my heel hunters! It's almost the weekend...mmmm, I can just taste it!

Well, on this sunny Fridizzy, I had to share somethin' with ya and get your true blue take on the matter: The other day my little shoe-scouring eyes came across an intriguing shoe review by the ever-loved Rachel Zoe, featuring Italian designer Bottega Veneta. BV boasts mounds of unforgettable spring/summer 2010 sandals & wedges, but what stuck out to me most were these uuuultra platformed-out wedge, Bottega Veneta 'Paille' Raffia Wedges. Wow, that's a whole lotta sole for one little shoe! I will reinforce to you all that platform wedges are the "it" shoe this summer, but whatcha think--is this takin' it to the extreme?? Let me know your thoughts, readers!

holly in heels


  1. Mmmm, I definitely couldn't pull them off. Not loving it but I've certainly been wrong before!
    xxoo Josie

  2. Definitely nay. Not digging those at all.

  3. I know, ladies! That was my same thought--but I also thought 'how could the amazing Rachel Zoe adore these?'. I'm just glad I'm not the only one who's not sold!

  4. YES to platform wedges... NO to these particular ones. ;)

  5. NOT CUTE. Isn't the whole point of heels and wedges to elongate the leg? And doesn't that effect occur when your heel is propped up and your toe pointed and pretty? Walking around all day with flat feet on a huge platform does not create the same effect. No Frankenstein foot for me, thanks.

  6. I feel that would make even my size 6 foot look huge! I have been trying to convince my hubby for years that wedges are cute! And they don't make feet look big... This defeats my efforts. Definitely nay on this style in general!


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