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Martha Stewart isn’t just an iconic housewife, she can pull off a dramatic ensemble as well, as her latest Instagram post proves.
The author of “Martha Stewart’s Very Good Things” posed in a velor tracksuit, reminiscent of similar styles from the early 2000s. Her Suzie Kondi ensemble featured a dark olive green hue, with a shiny accent thanks to a gold zipper. Front. Stewart’s matching jacket and pants, worn over a matching top, created a stylish and comfy monochrome moment.
Regarding the shoes, Stewart chose to elevate her look with a pair of wedges from Clergerie. Her Dylant sandals featured matching green velvet uppers, along with slingback platform soles and a peep-toe silhouette. Their most daring element came from thick wedge heels, totaling 4.3 inches in height. Stewart’s shoes, which sell for $ 313 (from $ 625) on Us.ClergerieParis.com, added a touch of bold height to her ensemble and created a head-to-toe pairing moment.
Wedges are a spinning shoe trend, gaining ground in the 2010s and reappearing on runways in spring 2022 for brands like Fendi, Versace and Acne Studios. Most styles feature chunky block-shaped heels with flat soles, creating a massive platform connected to the ankle and toe straps. Besides Stewart, wedge shoes were also seen recently on Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Lopez and Chiara Ferragni by Christian Louboutin, Gucci and Balenciaga. Stewart is no stranger to style – in fact, she wore the same pair of Clergerie heels in black to attend Z100’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball concert in New York City last December.
Stewart typically pairs his red carpet sets with neutral and metallic point-toe pumps and sandals, which originated from his go-to shoe brand: Manolo Blahnik. However, the host of “Martha Knows Best” has also donned styles from brands such as Louboutin, Celine and Valentino. In addition to wearing stylish footwear, Stewart has designed shoe collections for Easy Spirit and Aerosoles, as well as his namesake lines of clothing, kitchen utensils, garden decor, and QVC home items over the years. year.
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Click through the gallery to see more daring wedge styles over the years.