The cross-over sandal: Yay or nay?

Givenchy

Givenchy

I personally can’t seem to wrap my head around the crossover slipper/sandal trend that’s become “all the rage” this Spring. I don’t find them to be very flattering on the feet at all! They’re a little scruffy if you don’t mind my saying. I don’t care if they’re “Céline”, they’re clearly a rip-off of the Birkenstock slipper and even they were fugly back in the 90’s. Fur or no fur, I don’t want them on my feet. Don’t get me wrong; I’m not judging, and I appreciate people’s fashion decisions for what they are.. But I’m giving this a trend a huge Nay. I don’t know why when a model like Andreea Diaconu is spotted wearing them, the trend suddenly becomes “cool” and “comfortably chic”. This is one retro trend that should have died back in the 90’s.

Marni

Marni

Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

Birkenstock

Birkenstock

 

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3 thoughts on “The cross-over sandal: Yay or nay?

  1. Definitely hate everything about this. I’ve been seeing them everywhere with all types of styles and designs in attempts to make them look better (as if its possible). Jewels, metallic, leather – you name it. They make me cringe and I shamelessly judge anyone who wears them.

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