Back-to-school is, well, back. If you’re a parent, you surely spent way too many frazzled hours getting supplies and clothing together.
Why can’t you go back to school? At least when it comes to fashion…
Sarto by Franco Sarto’s Duncan Loafer will remind your of school days.
Some celebrity wore these loafers with dark denim jeans and some slutty top. Guess she was going for a “bad girl school girl look.”
Priced at $104.99 you may need a “loafer daddy” to pay for these.
Or you could go to our second home, DSW, and score this from Franco Sarto (you know, designs for commoners.)
In our opinion, way cuter and way more affordable at $69.99.
In this case, loafin' is acceptable.
Gone are the days where dudes solely get the opportunity to express their love for whatever sports team. Yes, there have always been women’s options—but the early days of female fandom was sad. Now, the ladies are right in the mix with clothing tailored to form and footwear that’s fashionable and functional.
ESPN correspondent Sage Steele has launched BZEE’s Rally collection—a line of footwear for women to show their team pride.
BZEES shoes feature proprietary, “crazy comfy” Cloud Technology for maximum comfort, and a lightweight feel. The stretch fabrics move with you, and they’re machine washable.
The collection features a sandal priced at $59 and a bootie priced at $69, with a total of 11 color options. Not too shabby.
Guess you could tailgate all day—on your feet—and still look fab.
Hey! You’re old! Cruel Intentions turned 20 this year. And to celebrate the quintessential high school drama of the 90s, designer Ritch Erani NYFC has whipped up quite the shoe collection.
Ritch Erani designed the collection based on the three main characters: Kathryn, Annette, and Cecile.
Kathryn is a sexy and dangerous heel with the iconic rosary necklace wrapped around the top closure of the shoe. The word “bitch” is smudged across the strap of the left shoe.
Annette is a good-girl, cute shoe. Soft and sweet. The bows mimic Annette’s pig tails and innocence.
The Cecile is the classic loafer-wearing schoolgirl too young to be playing with fire.
Prices range from $450 to $495.
Apparently, you’ll need rich-bitch money for these shoes. Or you’ll need to become a prostitute to afford them, which is what some of the characters in Cruel Intentions would do if they needed to, so…
Just when you thought Crocs couldn’t get more ridiculous (because their mere existence is ridiculous)—they have. Crocs teamed up with Japanese company Beams to create: Crocs with fanny packs.
That’s a one-two bad fashion punch.
And they’re just $54 a pair!
What is the deal with plastic shoes?!? People swear they’re comfortable, but all we can imagine is sweaty, slippery, stanky feet. Guess the fanny packs will come in handy to hold some fungus cream…
Ladies can channel their inner princess with this latest collaboration between footwear designer Ruthie Davis and Disney—a Princess Jasmine-inspired collection.
Officially named: Disney Princess X Ruthie Davis, this is the third time the two entities have put their marketing minds together. The Snow White and Mulan capsule collections were big hits, so why not?
Just in time for the launch of Disney’s Aladdin, you can get your foot-bling on (we’re sure the foot fetish folks will appreciate your efforts).
The nine styles features stilettos, metallic ankle boots, and platform sneakers.
The cheapest shoe runs $200.
Or, you could just grab your Bedazzler and Sharpies for, what, $20 and truly create something one-of-a-kind.
Gonna have to find a prince to pay for these foot holders.
Gone are the days that cows and snakes and alligators are waking around naked for the sake of our fashion. (We know it doesn’t work this way. But please indulge our Disney mindset here.) That’s because footwear powerhouse Nina has launched a pretty sweet vegan shoe collection.
These intensely-hued foot bed sandals and espadrilles are comfortable and fashionable, and will make you feel like a hip, trendy 20-something—no matter what your true age may be.
Daybreaks are light and soft with memory foam padding, arch support, molded insoles, and flexible bottoms. So... fashionable and functional? Mind. Blown.
“daybreaks is designed for the way we live today,” said Flori Silverstain, Creative Director. “It’s the kind of shoe or sandal that a woman will keep at the front of her closet and slip into every day. This brand was created for the trendsetters and free spirits looking to be original—those who are not afraid to live life in full color!”
Not only do we dig the colors and the comfort, but the price is cool: from $39.95-$64.95. Buy two pairs and enjoy 20% off.
Now this is the vegan lifestyle we can get into!
Forget Labor Day. Wear white clothing and accessories any time the mood strikes! Personally, we aren’t fans of the color white. Because we’re slobs. Anything white we’d wear will instantly attract some kind of stain. Guaranteed.
But, we do like these white boots from Chinese Laundry.
The Radiant Bootie in cloud retails for $89.99. Not bad for “fashion”.
The reason we like ‘em? They look like a short Go-go boot. Don’t know what a Go-go boot is? Look at the above picture, but imagine them coming up to just under the knee. You’ve seen ‘em—especially in costume shops since they’re not en vogue currently.
We view these Chinese Laundry boots as an option for someone who wants the Go-go glam and glitter without the “hoe” label.
Haus of V is a creative collective that shares a similar mindset -- with a twist.