Ugly shoes are all the rage. But does America’s fiery passion burn hot enough to make these Teva x Ugg mashup monstrosities successful. I don’t know—would you wear them?
So. Céline showed some weird shoes for spring. Weird, furry shoes. Um, okay. What better way to combine the frumpiness of fluffy novelty bed slippers with the acute discomfort of 4" heels?
It looks like an Ugg that mated with a leather legging, it's made by something called the Australia Luxe Collective, and it's $175 (on sale, eyeroll) at the Outnet right now.
Ugly shoes are everywhere. We're having an ugly shoe moment. In an interview about ANTM, Vogue Editor-At-Large Andre Leon Talley sighed:
Monday I received an email about the March Free People catalog. "I am cleaning the vomit off of myself," wrote the tipster. "Just wait until you see the slouch clog." Yesterday? Another email:
Never were so many loathed so much by so few. I'm talking about shoes here, people: the scourge of grotesque, pestilential, monstrous, outlandish footwear that the nation — nay, the world —- seems to have embraced without a murmur of protest. It started with the gladiator sandal, which quickly mutated into the…