Ash Bowie Wedge Sneakers as on LiLo

Shoeaholics Anonymous Disclosure

Lindsay Lohan was spotted wearing Ash Bowie Wedge Sneakers (available from Urban Outfitters online, $225) in New York City on May 1st, 2012 (Source: Just Jared).

    Black, vegan leather sneakers featuring silver stud detailing throughout and a covered platform heel. Includes an adjustable, triple buckle closure with silver tone hardware.
    $10.00  from Gypsy Warrior
    YRU Vegan patent leather combat boots featuring vegan leather paneling, lace up front, and 2.5"" covered wedge. We love these paired with a floral mini dress or skinny jeans!
    $44.00  from Gypsy Warrior
    Black, high-top, vegan suede wedge sneakers featuring a silver tone toe cap, metallic eyelets and two silver tone buckles at the outer sides.
    $45.00  from Gypsy Warrior
  • Converse
    Leather upper; Leather shroud drapes an internal wedge; Ortholite sock liner
    $114.99  from DNA Footwear
  • Converse
    The trendy sneaker wedge from the Converse collection. The Chuck Taylor Platform features a canvas upper, rubber outsole, round toe front, lace up shaft, hidden wedge heel, and a cushioned insole for comfort. Pair off the sneakers with leggings and a graphic top. Heel height: 3 in. Canvas Rubber Outsole Round toe front Lace up shaft Hidden wedge heel Cushioned insole
    $54.99  from Shiekh
  • adidas
    A hidden wedge heel gives soaring style to the adidasSuperstar sneaker. Crisp and clean, this glamorous take on the iconic women'sshoes comes in leather with shiny patent 3-Stripes and a wide padded strap overthe laces. With a Trefoil label on the oversize tongue. Pair it off with slim fit jeans with a fitted tee or tank. Full grain leather upper Oversize tongue Padded synthetic leather strap over laces Padded collar and tongue Lace-up closure Cushioned insole Polka dot overlay design Hidden wedge in heel Rubber shell toe Two-tone mesh lining Herringbone-pattern rubber cupsole Imported
    $69.99  from Shiekh
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