Giuseppe Zanotti Gets Heel-Less Right with Its Spring Multicolored Wedges

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We admit that while heel-less shoes are amazingly funky, they do look a tad alien and weird. One designer who has been trying to make heel-less platform wedges happen for quite some time now is Giuseppe Zanotti.

The Italian shoe connoisseur just can’t seem to get enough of them. From peep toes, to slingbacks, to booties, to ankle straps (done in suede, studs, spikes, and crystals!), he has practically done every kind of heel-less you can imagine (well, almost). BUT like we said, the way that wedge heel curves inward just makes the shoe look a little odd … not to mention scary!

For 2013, however, it sure looks like all that weirdness is going to change. True, Zanotti is still at it with heel-less shoes, but dare we say he finally got it right this time with these multicolored wedges from his spring collection. Check out the video below and fall in love!

What do you think? Would you wear them?

These multicolored wedges have a sleeker silhouette — less on the curves and more straight lines — which is just our cup of tea. They look classier and more elegant that way. Plus, we love the mix of colors; it’s fresh, psychedelic, and just fabulous.

The pair is, however, higher than usual (heel height at 200 mm or almost 8 inches; platform thickness at 90 mm or 3.5 inches), so you’d have to be a pro at teetering to be able to work it. If you’re interested, you can find these multicolored wedges at LuisaViaRoma for $1,150.

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giuseppe zanotti spring 2013 multicolored wedgeGiuseppe Zanotti Spring 2013 Multicolored Wedges, $1,150 at LuisaViaRoma

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