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I think pointed shoes can be all right for certain outfits and work wear, trends are trends. Although I do hear a lot of negative things about pointed shoes lately, and how uncomfortable they are. Maybe it's the comfort that is in. Who can say what's in when trends change from city to city, and hour to hour? :laughing:

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I love my pointed toe shoes. Trying to find some in a lower ( chunky-ish) heel has been difficult.( unless i want to spend mucho $$$$$). My favs are a pair of pewter cowboy style ( but they don't give off that appearance) slip on shoe. (ebay)I get compliments on them all the time. I do wear jeans 99% of the time. They look good with them. I can dress them up or down, T-shirt or sweater.

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Straight up keep the pointed toe shoes in i love them... i cant believe the newpaper said there out... thats bull..i agree with xjackie83 wedges shoes are summer shoes

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I think pointed toe pumps are always in style. I think certain materials (like patent leather, etc) are what they are referring to.

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I wore pointed toes for about 2 years but they don't go with some of my new clothes and I'm starting to think it's going to be more like that when summer comes. I guess I pretty much stick to what I like and not trends but I have to wear shoes appropriate for my wardrobe and sadly my pointed shoes don't fit in as well anymore.

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Sure there are shoe trends, but I think a good looking shoe whether pointy, rounded, or square is like a piece of art...a thing of beauty...wear it.

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points will never be out of fashion. I love points, and I love stillettos. Fashion mags can be completely retarded. Think of whatever was most popular last year (skinny leg jeans for example) and reverse it to get this years trend (yep, that's right, boyfriend jeans - those really huge, wide jeans.) It makes me mad. They just want you to spend money!

 

*ends rant, gets of soapbox* :D

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I thought pointed toe shoes were a classic style that's always in style, especially with dress clothes (for work, church, etc.) As long as I can remember, my Mom's worn pointed toed shoes to work and church, and I've never though her shoes looked out of style ... even her older shoes are so similar to newer shoes in the store now, you can't tell that they are older!

 

Meanwhile, wedges seem to be more a trend that comes and goes ... a few years ago I had a pair of wedges and quit wearing them because I thought they were so out of style, then suddenly the very next season they were EVERYWHERE in the stores!

 

I personally don't like rounded-toe wedges at all .... a rounded toe and chunky wedge heel is only going to make your foot look chunkier and your legs look shorter .... But pointed toes (with any heel height) elongate your leg and make your foot look so much sleeker! They don't have to be extremely pointed, most of my dress shoes are just slightly pointed at the toe and I love them, and even my male coworkers once said that they are very classic and office-appropriate! (One of my coworkers is married to a fashion designer, so sometimes we end up talking about women's fashion, lol, and then the other guys chime in with their opinions of women's clothes and shoes!) However, 4" heels just hurt my ankles .... all my shoes have slightly pointed toes with 2" heels, so they are comfy AND professional looking! :)

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ooh thats the other thing.. round toes have to be MUCH higher to look sexy and elegant, dont you think? I have a few, but they're less sexy than my pointed stillettos.

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No pointed toes will never go out of style its the shoe for the narrow foot, however as far as whats on the runway and in stores this season; its all about the wedge and rounded toe. Which is great for me because that's the shoe that looks great on my foot!

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I think we have a couple of more years before pointed toes are totally out of fashion. Keep wearing the ones you have and enjoy your legs looking all long and sexy!

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