2010 Shoes, Boots, High Heels, Sandals & more
Platform sneakers are one of the most popular trends of the nineties. Although they are not often worn in the present, more than ten years later, they can be seen through popular music, television and entertainment which were present through the decade. As one of the most popular styles of shoes, the higher the platform the better when it came to choosing sneakers which could be paired with anything from a mini skirt to jeans. Through the use of the traditional sneakers, combined with a high platform, there were shoes available in a wedge version, as well as shoes available with the same level of platform throughout the entire length of the shoe.
Are platform shoes going to make a comeback? It is doubtful that platform shoes are going to make a comeback in the near future… hopefully within the distant future as well. Sneakers are sneakers and adding a platform to the sneaker does not make the sneaker suitable to wear with a skirt, or a dress. Although the bright colors of shoes were fun for the nineties they are a trend which is best avoided in the future, unless of course, you are under the age of twelve.
Platform sneakers are surprisingly still available for those that would like to jump on the band wagon of fashion faux pas – and therefore allow you to wear the platform sneakers. There are many internet websites which still sell the styles, as well as auction sites and other types of internet stores. However, it is very rare that entering a shoe store will yield the high heeled or platform sneakers which were so popular in the nineties.
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