8 crazy and weird shoes that will make you cringe

The great thing about fashion is that pretty much anything goes. But that doesn’t mean it’s always good. Fashion fails are pretty common and these whacky shoes are proof of that. You wouldn’t wear them to the bar, you couldn’t wear them to work, and heck, you likely wouldn’t even wear them secretly around your own house. Yes, they’re really that bad. 


Generally, shoes are made for walking around in; to protect your feet and keep you comfortable throughout the day and night. But it’s questionable whether you would be able to walk in some of these at all. A pair of heeled flippers would likely have you flopping around as you walk, and pointe shoes that tower high above the ground would have anyone in miserable pain. And then there are the downright ugly shoes such as the hooved heels and denim sandal boots. Yes, denim sandal boots.

These shoes are total fashion fails in every sense of the word. They take wild to a whole new level, and no, not in a good way. It’s a wonder why they even came to be in the first place. Bad taste and horrible designs seemed to go hand in hand for these WTF shoes. 

Featuring:



Gunned Down








Ballet Towers



christian louboutin ballet heels




Bare Foot Claws








Flipped Out







Chair Shoes










Geometric Platforms




Blue Jean Baby





Two for One Heels








Do you know any footwear trend which is equally crazy and weird?
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Comments

  1. Oh my god!! These are horrendous...

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  2. How can someone walk in these? Poor models...

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  3. Its basically all about trendy accessories and that is what women bother the most which is a good thing because fashion should be the one that is in trends.

    leather apparels style

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