Dakota Johnson Made Platform Wedges Look Very 2018

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Remember when Ashley Olsen made wedge ankle boots look cool again? Well, Dakota Johnson just stepped out in the summer version of the wedge trend, and it just might convince you to resurrect the look. Photographed in New York City, Johnson took the platform wedge sandal trend for a spin and made it look surprisingly modern.

Her new outfit is insanely easy to re-create: just a silky tank tucked into high-waisted straight-leg jeans, a leather clutch, and the pièce de résistance—strappy wedges. If you're still not convinced of the look, you might want to take note of how chic brands like Chloé and Christian Louboutin are interpreting the wedge trend for 2018. Scroll down to see Johnson's outfit and shop wedges for yourself. 

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On Dakota Johnson: Gold Hawk Lace Inserts Top ($84); Bottega Veneta Lauren Napa Clutch Bag ($2150)

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