Two-Faced Shoes: Mismatch Made in Heaven

Two-Faced Shoes: Mismatch Made in Heaven

Normally being two-faced is not such a great thing, but when we’re talking shoes, it most certainly is! Okay, let me revise that – when the shoes in question have been designed to go together, it’s a great thing. Taking this look and using it as an excuse to mix and match your heels at home would be a mistake. Fendi‘s metallic pumpsicon (on NET-A-PORTER for $990) do the job well by simply changing the colorblocking on each side. See how other designers took the idea of mismatching just a little further…

Two-Faced Shoes: Mismatch Made in Heaven

Stubbs & Wootton Boom Pow Motif Velvet Dress Slippers:icon These comic book style slippers are sure to knock everyone’s socks off. The hot pink velvet will excite any outfit, even your baggy old jeans. At Browns for $533.

Chiara Ferragni Lipstick Velvet Loafers:icon The Blonde Salad came up with equally cheeky designs at significantly better prices. On one shoe you have lipstick and on the other, a freshly painted pout! On Luisa via Roma for $207.

Stubbs & Wootton Screw U Velvet Dress Slippers:icon While you have to make sure you think about where you where these, in the right crowd, they’re kitschy fun. At Browns for $533.

Chiara Ferragni Nail Polish Glitter Loafers:icon Nail art has been a major trend this year, so what about nail polish shoes? On Luisa via Roma for $207.

Two-Faced Shoes

Maison Martin Margiela Mismatched Leather Ankle-Strap Platform Sandals:icon Leave it to Margiela to come up with the craziest pair of the bunch. One shoe is a simple sandal, while the second comes with a dramatically bunched ankle strap. At Saks Fifth Avenue for $422 (from $1,055).

Maison Martin Margiela Mismatched Leather Ankle Strap Sandal:icon The look is also available in a summer friendly flat. Since each is on sale, you can essentially get both styles for the price of one! At Saks Fifth Avenue for $302 (from $755).

One thought on “Two-Faced Shoes: Mismatch Made in Heaven

  1. I had to look twice at those Fendi’s, and then I noticed the heels. Not sure about the two tone look, any other pics of them?

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