WARNING! The following images may offend most humans & certain animals.
Most of us peek at runway photos from the world’s most fashionable cities in search of shoes trends & fashion inspiration for the upcoming seasons. But have you ever found yourself somewhat miffed to utterly appalled at the ugly shoes certain designers have in store for us? Well, folks, this season is no exception. And from the responses to my Fall 2015 Shoe Trends post, you certainly feel more baffled than anything! Riddled with what both you & I deem to be a slew of offensive footwear, I present you with the 10 ugliest shoes from the Fall 2015 runways. Just hit “Read More” at your own risk, kay?!
Adidas Stan Smith sneakers are all the rage this Spring & are the hands down, no contest fashion blogger favorite. I wore them when I was 12. These sneakers are still the bomb. So you can only imagine my horror when this ghastly Adidas Stan Smith wedge popped up on my screen, during what I can normally describe as a pleasurable online shopping experience at Hudson’s Bay.
It’s been a while since I’ve written a Freaky Shoes post. But I think I’m making up for it by showing off 6 particularly ugly boots that I found in the clearance section of a couple online retailers. These are designer boots, btw, so even the more shameful. Not their best designs, surely. Apparently they’re having trouble selling these monstrosities. Coincidence? I think not!
When I come across ugly shoes, it makes me sad. When my eyes cross paths with ugly designer shoes (such as these black plastic “Glove” pumps by Karl Lagerfeld for Melissa) it just makes me weep. Quite literally. And even more so in this case, because this particular black footwear atrocity bears a striking resemblance to Crocs (if you’re unfamiliar with the mind-numbing gardening sandal sensation, please see the image below).
Not one to ever use the term cray-cray, I think this silver over-the-knee scrunched boot from Gareth Pugh merits the term. More of a work of art than wearable boots, these are seriously out of this world, space-age freaky! Lady Gaga of the past would certainly approve. I know the 60s are back & all for Fall 2014 (as are OTK boots btw), but I think a form of the Chelsea Boot would have been a tad more appropriate for the coming season. Not to mention more commercial.