Wild shoe designs that you have to see to believe

Posted: July 31, 2019 in WTF?
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cover_1Wild shoe designs have been rising in popularity amongst celebrities in recent years. Miley Cyrus, for example, wore heels shaped like her initials to the 2019 Grammy Awards, while Cardi B donned sneakers that created an optical illusion months earlier.

But, as is the case with most fashion trends, there’s much debate over whether or not these "ugly" shoes are stylish – some called for the trend to end in 2018, while others were in search of standout kicks ahead of Coachella in April 2019.

Still, the trend lives on today, with many major retailers making and selling unconventional shoe designs. Below, check out some of the most eye-catching shoes you can currently find online.

crock_2To complete an edgy look, you can purchase goth-style Crocs on Etsy.

The black clogs are adorned with studs, spikes, and chains across each shoe. You can also choose to attach an additional spike on the side of each clog for no extra cost.

Cost: $150

Find out more about the HeavyCreamStore Goth Crocs here.

dolce_3Dolce & Gabbana also designed sneakers that look as though they’ve been melted.

The black and white sneakers feature a heart design and red jewels attached to the heel, both of which are covered in glaze to create an illusion that the footwear is melting.

Cost: $1,195

Find out more about Dolce & Gabbana’s Portofino Heart Melt Jeweled Sneakers here.

cheeseburger_4Katy Perry also helped to create a pair of sneakers that looks like a cheeseburger.

The shoes appear to be another version of the bedazzled burger sneakers Perry wore to the Met Gala in May 2019.

Cost: $129

Find out more about the Katy Perry Collections The Munchie sneakers here.

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