Sunday, 12 August 2012

THE SUNDAY DEBATE

Lightbulb moment guys!!
That's right, I have had an idea. It's pretty groundbreaking (ahem). I really like when people have a weekly series on their blogs such as Lily Melrose's Sunday Portraits. And I thought to myself, hey. I'd really like to do something like that myself. So I am.
I don't know if anyone's done anything like this before (if they have, I haven't seen it and I am not in anyway trying to copy or take credit bla bla) but I just thought it would be a fun and light-hearted thing for my looovely readers to take part in.

SO, every Sunday (or thereabouts) I will post a different, controversial trend/ item and I'd like you all to comment with your opinions - good or bad. I will share mine too, feel free to disagree with me! And then next Sunday, I will print screen my favourite comment and the comment and the person who posted it will feature in the next post!

So without further adieu, this week's trend. The Heeled Trainer
I won't sugarcoat it. I hate them, truly, madly, deeply.
What is the point in wearing sports shoes with a heel? If I wear trainers, it's because I'm going to be doing a lot of walking, or workout out. I want to be comfy. If I want to wear heels, I want to dress up and dance, these are just big and clompy and in my (not so) humble opinion, these are just plain impractical for just about everything.
I'm so sorry to offend anyone who likes them (perhaps those of you could enlighten me on how one might wear these?) but I can't help but think Vicky Pollard goes clubbing. Maybe you have to be a little bit hip hop to understand these bad boys, but I don't think I'm quite ready to channel my inner Nicki Minaj just now thank you very much!

Do you agree? Or not?
Let me know either way!

High heeled trainers. DISCUSS.

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5 comments:

  1. I agree, dont see the point as if you want to wear heels just buy your self a normal pair, i suppose there good to make you taller with out people thinking you have heels on(which would be good for me as im only 5'1'') but still, naaa not my cup of tea!

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  2. I looove this idea Chloe! great idea!

    I am not a fan of these at all! I don't see the point of wearing runners with a heel? I don't like the look of them and I think that the shape is weird! However, if someone can pull it off with the right outfit, do it up! :)

    -ariel* xoxo
    www.chiclookxo.com

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  3. I think this series Is such a lovely and original idea!! Good job for coming up with that! :)

    You took out the words from my mouth! Sneakers are meant to be comfotable! That's the whole point of them haha
    I don't thInk I'll ever understand this trend, but just like you said- if you can pull them off than go for it!
    It's crazy to think that some people actually pay hundreds of dollars for these!
    xoxoxo,
    Alona

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  4. I don't really like them too , i would not buy them but i can see the point why i would wear it (maybe) . I'm really short , so if someday i want to surprise my boyfriend who is much taller than me then i would wear (only) the second one with jeans :))

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