- A fashion blogger identified as @fashionforsissies shared photos of what appears to be crystal heelless shoes
- In the stack of photos, different colours of the woven boots are seen all featuring crystal platforms without heels
- Internet users have reacted to the photos with mixed reactions as some have questioned the functionality
When it comes to creativity in fashion, there are no limits to how far people are willing to go to create unique pieces.
A good example is the photos of some heelless shoes trending online.
Fashion blogger, @fashionforsissies, shared a post containing several photos of the same design of shoes featuring no heels but crystal shads as a platform.
Check out the photos below:
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Internet users share thoughts on shoes
However, it appears not so many people were fans of the shoes as they questioned how one was supposed to walk in the eccentric footwear.
Check out some comments below:
"How can people walk???"
"So you just walk on your toes the whole time??? hell no."
"Would be great for a torture party."
"Honestly , this makes me feel uncomfortable."
"It would break on the first step unless you walk on sand."
"How will a person walk."
Lady shows off collection of shoes with no heels
Heelless shoes may have been tagged crazy by a lot of people but it appears to have stood the test of time.
First spotted on Lady Gaga, the shoes were tagged by some people as a bold way to make a fashion statement and it appears many more people are leaning into this wild side of fashion.
A video has surfaced on social media which captured the moment a lady was seen showing off a collection of shoes without heels.
Photo of woman with tiny braids goes viral online
When battling with receding hairlines, women are often advised to stay away from braided hairstyles - generally any kind of hairstyle that requires tight weaving.
However, for some people, nothing can stand in the way of rocking stylish looks, not even at the cost of their natural hair.
This appears to be the case for a lady who recently got what some people refer to as 'a million braids'.