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New Crocs: Still Bad?

Everyone loves to hate the Croc Classic:
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That rubbery playgound material, the gnomish lack of streamlining, and the garish selection of colors they come in, as if the Crocs Corporation shouldn’t be ashamed of their product. Sorry Crocs, but everyone else feels otherwise. But are their products uniformly revolting? I give you the Crocband Flat:
croc flat

The lines and design are…not so bad. It would be fine for a late spring day doing light, enjoyable activity. But then, of course, there’s that horrible material to deal with, and without the ridiculous “portholes” for ventilation, I’m betting these would be a strong contender for the sweatiest-footwear-ever medal. Our vigorous spring day is now transformed into a humid nightmare. Once again, Crocs, thanks for nearly nothing.

If you would still like to bravely try these flats out, be my guest. And let me know how it goes!

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May 4, 2010 at 11:14 am Leave a comment

$140 plastic shoes

Please don’t tell me this is a new trend. Salvatore Ferragamo presents “Spiffy” Lattice Jelly Sandals. Yes, Jelly Sandals. The plastic, blister inducing 90s childhood shoe of summers gone by is here again for some reason. And these bad boys will cost you $140.

I hope this are going to be worn in the most ironic sense possible.  If not, I declare FUG.

May 3, 2010 at 6:45 am Leave a comment

Free People’s “Slouch Clog”

Yikes.

How tightly stretched is your budget, and how out of ideas do you have to be to come up with a number like this. What a doozy. The owner of these beauts must have a hard time deciding whether to upholster furniture, work in a garden, or go to a rave in 1996. Admirably hideous.

Take a look for yourself…read the description and try not to laugh.

May 3, 2010 at 3:49 am Leave a comment

SO”F”isticated Ladies

It’s not just now women are “sophisticated”…we’ve been this way since time can tell. These Marc Jacobs Vintage Vintage Pumps are not my style!

“High heels remained popular, but the wedge heel made from wood and cork was very fashionable. In the fiftes, the narrower and higher heels called spike heels were worn, and at the end of the fifties the pointed toe was fashionable.” Take a look at these by Aldo

Whatever your choice, pretty yellows are in for the spring and summer! Find these at the nearest Aldo

January 4, 2010 at 2:40 am Leave a comment


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