After completing Maria's blogging challenges, I'm now moving onto Natasha. who has given me my next block of five subjects to ramble about, the first of them being 'wedged shoes/and or sneakers.
I have a pair of wedged ankle boots that I live and die in every winter. They keep my feet warm, I can wear them all day without making my toes feel like they've been jumped on by an elephant, and they have the added benefit of having non-slip soles, which considering that I live in a hilly area that is more often than not covered in a thin layer of ice for half of the winter, is a very good thing indeed
Wedgie sandals are cool too, simply because if I wear ordinary sandals (which are usually on the flimsy side), I usually end up slipping all over the place. I'm probably giving you the impression that I'm a real klutz, but... well, I am, so you're getting a true picture. *snort* Wedgies are great all year round, no question.
As for sneakers... well. Sneakers are tricky, very tricky. I wouldn't trust a pair of sneakers any day of the week. Nasty, tricksy and false, they are. *nods*
Oh!!! You mean trainers!! Okay, I was being silly there for a moment (there's a surprise), but here in the Diff, we don't have sneakers, we have trainers. Sneakers are people who sneak in Taff Land.
Anyway, most days I wear trainers. I'm usually to be found in a pair of jeans and a t-shirt, so trainers go with my casual (coughsloppycough*) look. They're comfy, have good sole-grip, and if you have to make a hasty getaway, they're perfect for escaping. *shifty*
No, seriously, trainers are awesome. AND wedgies. I love them both equally. And my feet don't suffer agonizing pain from wearing them either, which can't be a bad thing, can it?