We’ve heard of “f*ck me pumps” (a.k.a. known as FMPs), but Massimo Dogana’s F**ck YOU pumps turn the concept on it’s head in a very literal way. While, FMPs are inviting and alluring, these high heels seemed to tell the viewer to keep their distance! We’re not sure about the aesthetics of these, but they will certainly get you notices. So, what do you think? Are these heels Hot or Not?
If you are truly devoted to high heels (and I know a lot of us here are), you will find a way to wear them with as much of your wardrobe as possible. So what about those days when you want to be sporty chic? The Mariah Carey types of the world might not mind wearing their usual pumps and sandals with sporty gear, but if you’d prefer heels that are a little more consistent with the overall outfit, then this is the season to find it.
High heeled sneakers have snuck their way into the trendy fashion palette once again. They’re nothing new, mind you, but in 2011 more brands from high to low are getting on the bandwagon and producing athletic-inspired high heels. The samples in the gallery below are just a taste! So what do you think? Are high heeled sneakers Hot or not?
In a market flooded options it’s important for shoe designers to distinguish themselves among the field. Walter Steiger has done this with his trademark curved high heels. Yet while the style is sure to standout, does it do so in a good way? Let us know what you think! Are curved heel hot or not?
Velvet apparel is sweeping the fashion world right now and, of course, shoes are no exception. A pair of velvet pumps adds a little sumptuous texture to an outfit and the fabric is especially appropriate for festive occasions. Still, the trend is one that’s definitely temporary. What do you think? Are velvet heels Hot or Not? Above: Pira Velvet heel by Ralph Lauren.
We’ve seen plenty of chunky heels and they’re cute, but there’s a new trend brewing that we’re not so sure about: chunky soles. And we don’t mean the thick tread that you see on hiking boots. The look appeared first with avante garde labels like in the Maison Martin Margiela pumps you see above. But now that it’s spread to the 3.1 Philip Lim pumps below we see there’s something happening here. What do you think? Are these shoes hot or not?