Heelarious: Nigerians React as Lady Shares Photos of Shoes Made of Concrete
- A Twitter user identified as @caritadediosa recently shared photos of shoes she made from concrete
- In the photos, the shoes comprised of long wrap tie straps while the platform and heels were made from concrete
- Several internet users have reacted to the photos with some even going ahead to give the shoes hilarious nicknames
When it comes to creativity in fashion, there are no limits to how far (crazy) people can get when turning their imagination into reality.
A Twitter user identified as @caritadediosa recently went wild with her imagination and created solid shoes!
Taking to Twitter, she shared photos of the shoes which were in raw and rough form.
The shoe had long tiny wrap tie straps while the platform and heels were made from concrete.
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Social media users react to photos of the shoes
The photos have since gone viral, leaving quite a lot of people amused.
Check out some comments below:
"She took “standing on the solid rock” quite literally."
"The design is very human…easy to wear."
"You’re so heelarious."
"The shoe looks stronger than my relationship."
"Wear this shoe for one month straight and you go get yam leg."
"This one is really step on your haters."
"On Christ the Solid Rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand."
"Standing on the solid rock of God"
"How u wan take Dey waka now?"
World's most expensive shoes worth N8.2 billion
When it comes to all things luxury, there are no limits to how far people are willing to go to create record-breaking fashion items.
Italian designer, Antonio Vietri, had the fashion scene buzzing with excitement after he designed The Moon Star Shoes, worth a whopping N8.2 billion (Dh73 million).
According to The National News, the shoes are made up of a solid gold heel, 30 carats of diamonds and contain a small piece of meteorite discovered in Argentina in 1576.
The gold heels were designed in a way that replicates the shape of the iconic Burj Khalifa.