Every female I know loves a fab pair of wedges. They give us the comfort we need while giving us the height we love. Especially those of us not blessed with having long legs.
So I decided to randomly ask a few guys I know why didn't they like wedged shoes. I consider them all dope in different ways, so I was curious what they’re responses would be. Here goes.
Orlando says: They look like fake heels. There’s nothing sexy about them. The point of a woman’s heel is sexy; the wedge doesn't offer that visual at all.
Jason says: They’re ugly period. There are no such things as dope wedges.
Dre says: The shoes? They look weird on a woman’s foot. The shoe is just too bulky if you know what I mean. I’ve yet to see a dope pair. Maybe, but to me I’d never like them.
Mougabe says: It just compromises that classic feminine appeal. It looks like yall wearing big a** bricks on your feet. I know they are WAY more comfy than heels but f*ck that. Looking sexy to your fullest potential should always be painful. **laughs**
Justin says: They’re not the most attractive shoes.
Shydel says: Wedges are a cop out! If you going to wear a shoe with a heel, it needs to be skinny and high! Case closed. Part of the appeal and the sexiness of a heel is to watch a woman walk and teeter in them with confidence and swagger. You don’t get that in a wedge. Anybody can walk in that. **laughs**
I asked a few others and the consensus stand. They didn’t like them and they were just plain hideous. Hell, even my father isn’t a big fan of them.
Ugh! Ouch! Ah man!
But I did hear from ONE guy who approved of wedge styles.
Ahyende says: I think they are hot. I like seeing them. They are sexy. And it depends on the look.
So ladies would you consider not wearing wedges because you knew most men didn’t find them attractive? Do you consider your shoe options when you’re dating a guy? What if he hates your shoes, would you suffer in pain wearing a particular style for your date, boyfriend, husband, etc.?
PS: Guess who'll still be wearing "bricks" on their feet all spring/summer season? Hmph!