Trends come and go, but some kicks are forever. Here, 10 pairs that aren't going anywhere anytime soon.

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christian louboutin pigalle pumps

Timeless and understatedly sexy, Louboutin's Pigalle pump is the ultimate in power dressing. 

Christian Louboutin ($675)

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Manolo Blahnik Hangisi pumps

The wedding shoe of two legendary fashionistas: Carrie Bradshaw and Olivia Palermo

Manolo Blahnik ($965)

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valentino rockstuds

The unofficial shoe of fashion bloggers everywhere, the Rockstud pump comes in just about every color imaginable; though, we prefer to the brand's new Rockstud Chelsea boots

Valentino ($995)

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Chanel ballet flats

If you can’t be Audrey Hepburn, you might as well dress like her.

Chanel ($750)

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converse chuck taylors

These wear-with-anything classics were just updated for the first time in 98 years. (Hint: They have actual arch support now.)

Converse ($50)

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keds originals

Have your own Dirty Dancing moment in these minimalistic kicks, first introduced in 1960 as Keds' answer to Chuck Taylors. 

Keds ($45)

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adidas superstars

Popularized by Run-D.M.C. in 1983, these shell-top sneaks are the subject of frequent collaborations, including a recent, very colorful one with Pharrell

Adidas ($80)

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birkenstock arizonas

Dating back to 1774, Birkenstocks are enjoying a stylish renaissance of late. Props if you still have your original pair. 

Birkenstock ($100)

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hunter wellies

The normal girl’s guide to channeling Kate Moss at Glastonbury.

Hunter ($175)

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Doc Martens lace-up boots

Klaus Märtens (yes, a doctor) designed these while on leave from the German army in WWII after finding his standard-issue army boots too unsupportive of an ankle injury. Decades later, they're the go-to shoe of cool girls who DGAF

Doc Martens ($125)

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