Dig my eyeballs out with a spoon.
I second Rob's comment. They are hideous.
I third. Why is this okay? Why do people think this is okay?
Oh god. No.
NO WAY. I'd rock the crap out of those!!!
yep. still ugly.(but vibrams = great in context.)
WHY CAN'T YOU JUST BE BAREFOOT?
Yes. This. Seriously.
SERIOUSLY!! just don't wear shoes....... and don't get married where there are hookworms around and you are set. but, maybe people will wear glittery crazy looking "barefoot" shoes as running shoes, which would be better than creepy nude ones - might as well look as ridiculous as possible
EIGHTY-TWO POUNDS (82£)!
further proof that adding sparkle does not fix everything. puke.
oh, i hate them slightly less than the regular version. i'll totally credit sparkle with that.
well, at least now the plantar fasciitis girl has an option.
Fuckin' twinkle toes, literally.So I suppose there is now a trifecta of Really Bad Wedding Shoes, if we could also include sparkly Toms?
OMFG NO. I mean, vibrams are great running shoes, IMO, but they're hideous to start with. Why on earth would... no. just no.
And we thought Toms were ugly. Jeeze.
Speaking of stopping the madness, you have probably already seen this, but I just came across it yesterday. The onslaught of extreme hipster insanity almost killed me. Where to even begin with this. http://jessandruss.us/
Saw that, please ESB please post about this.
Who are these people?
omg, how do you take the most mundane story EVER and drag it out and make it even LESS interesting. that.
I can't believe I read all of that.
Gawker already ripped the couple a new one for this site, which actually made me want to defend them. Cutesy and long, sure, but it's also incredibly petty to bash a wedding website that you're not the intended audience for. They made the site for their family and friends who love them and support their admitted weirdness already, so who cares? Also, Jessica's response to the Gawker bash was so graceful and gracious -- kind of makes all the people mocking them look like childish idiots. I would never ever make this kind of site for my wedding, but it's extremely childish to sling shit at it like this.
Okay, let's be real. Jessica Hische is a designer. The site is beautifully made (if pretentious). If they didn't want the world to see it, it would be PASSWORD PROTECTED.
So true ESB! When you put something on the internet and don't make it private, you are allowing the whole world to judge, good or bad.
Do we have any photos of a bride wearing these? Because I think to see that.
For the bride yearning for sparkly gorilla feet! Just no.
Any bride (or anyone else for that matter) who would even consider donning those atrocities should be shot and pissed on, not necessarily in that order.
How did these even come through the meetings of the designteam and management (or however such a process works?) I get (well ok don't actually get it) one crazy person thinks of this, but nobody stopped it somewhere between the thought and production?! It's only a matter of time before the wedding crocs appear. http://www.crocs.com/crocs-crocskin-classic-2012-limited-edition-clog/14455,default,pd.html?cid=710&cgid=women-footwear-clogs If any bride is considering these gold monstrosities I am moving to another planet.
Considering my vows will be said under a cathedral of trees in a ancient wilderness... yes, I want these! Why the hell not??