• JustFab.com Gets Physical with Sneaker Wedges

    by  • May 17, 2013 • JustFab

    Being comfy and casual doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice style. Today’s en vogue alternative to your cross trainers is the sneaker wedge. Available in a variety of platform heights, colors, materials, closures and more, they’ll keep you light on your feet without looking like you’re about to take a cardio sculpt class. Choose from several killer styles in the JustFab.com trend boutique.

    JustFab.com’s Spencer features two-toned accents in light grey and white, and this pale color palette makes it the perfect match for spring and summer’s pastel denim trend. Throw on your favorite light knit sweater or worn tee, add a cross-body bag, and head out to wherever the day takes you.

    Power-JF is JustFab.com’s take on athletic glam. Available in taupe and grey, this faux-suede sneaker wedge features lace-up vamp and dual Velcro closures, faux leather and vinyl-feel trim. Pair them with a pair of cut offs for a day spent outdoors in the sun or with leggings and a tunic for a more polished and pulled together look.

    Sherona is a more upscale take on the sneaker wedge trend with a three-inch platform and lace up front. Offered in matte black and a shimmering taupe, this JustFab.com sleek style is perfectly suited for pairing with moto or liquid leather leggings and an on-trend bomber jacket.

    Keena gets you where you need to go in style. With three color choices including black, navy and multi-tone, there’s an option to match all of your weekend wear. Just Velcro the straps and hit the park to walk the dog or conquer your errands while staying in fashion, thanks to JustFab.com.

    JustFab.com is the web’s top subscription-based fashion site, offering members high quality shoes, bags, denim and other accessories all for $39.95.


    Headquartered in Los Angeles, Justfab has front-row access to all things fashion. With accomplished model and businesswoman, Kimora Lee Simmons, as President and Creative Director, JustFab is slated to change the way women shop for good.