Well, these shoes are certainly appropriately named, aren’t they?
They’re also – like so many other shoes I’ve featured here recently – very obviously channelling the “Daffodil” look. I say that a lot, don’t I? It seems like this shape has started to rather dominate the shoe world at the moment, though, with Topshop being just the latest in a long line of brands to use it.
What does everyone think of these? I went from not really liking the Daffodils to absolutely loving them, but I’m starting to feel like I’ve come full circle again, because these just look too extreme to me, in an “almost deformed” kind of way. Perhaps I’ve just seen too much of this look now to be really impressed with it, I don’t know.
If you ARE impressed however, you need to know that these are £88, and you can click here to buy them. Will you, though?
(Edited to add: I actually wrote this post a couple of weeks ago – I now see that these have sold out online, and are selling on eBay for £120 and more! If you really love them, and don’t want to pay through the nose, you may still be able to track them down in store…)
They remind me of the shoes my grandmother wore because one leg was shorter than the other. I could see her wearing one of these and one lower platform shoe. That or Frankenstein shoes… I’m just not a fan of the OMGIT’SAPLATFORM, CAN’T YOUTELL!!!! shoe.
I just bought some Daff-a-likes from Mr Shoes. Only £25.00 and they look amazing.
I have a friend who would call these Tranny Heels. You know, that a transvestite would wear.