She opted for a bit of comfort once the hoards of cameras were off, and I love her for it. More
Among the Bindis and the Jorts, some awesome trends truly shined. More
Jeremy Scott and Adidas have taken wacky to a new level. We now have… high heeled sneakers. So help us god. More
Dita Von Teese wears so many high heels we thought her feet would be permanently in a high heel shape, like Barbie’s. More
I’m theoretically supposed to want to exercise in these, but I really just want a sandwich. More
Women may think they dress for themselves, but they should stop being so delusional (all that probiotic yogurt is clogging up the reasonable faculties).
Ladies: you’re all straight, you’re all pathologically insecure, and you all select shoes based on what straight men will think makes you more fuckable. Which is to say, put down the espadrilles, girl! More
As many have pointed out already, the political story behind Wendy Davis‘ heroic filibuster is way, way more important than the sneakers she was wearing on her feet. I mean, who cares? An archaic feat of strength on Davis’ part was all that kept America’s largest state from taking away a woman’s right to choose in this, the 21st century, but hey, what kind of shoes was she wearing? More
Let’s be honest. We quickly grow bored of the majority of our clothing short after we buy it. DIY is the answer. A few supplies and some imagination can transform humdrum, old things that you’re sick of looking at into … More
I have not yet done a whole lot of crowdsourcing here at The Gloss so far, but it seems to have worked out well for all of my colleagues (I was even there when Amanda used your feedback to buy this sweater). Now, I need your help for my feet (and my sanity).
Also, I am growing this really gnarly callous and it’s starting to look permanent. More
Okay, allow us to come clean: we think sneaker wedges are horrible. Absolutely dreadful. We first saw them at NYFW a few years ago and thought, “Those won’t last more than a season.” Aaaaaaaaand, we were super fucking wrong. But we still hate them.
However, the recent release of Daddy’$ Money–Sketcher’s take on sneaker wedges that sets women back more than a few decades–moved us to compile a shopping guide of alternatives. This way, no one has to support unbelievably sexist marketing/bad taste in the name of owning sporty horse hooves.
In a surprising twist, we found some of them kind of almost okay. More
They somehow manage to look like a pair of those duct tape shoes that high schoolers make to win contests for prom. More
Why are you doing that? More
The last Twilight installment is upon us (well, tomorrow)! That means an upkick in Kristen Stewart Robert Pattinson romance speculation, lots of sheer dresses and an end to this long dark period in human history. But rather than doing your average “X celebrity’s best red carpet looks” roundup that is typical on the eve of a big premiere–it would just be sheer lace dresses anyway–we decided to celebrate Stewart’s other trademark: the many Chucks, Vans and Nike lowtops she switches into after suffering a few feet of red carpet in towering heels. Let us begin: More
Meet the Jeremy Scott x adidas Roundhouse Mid “Handcuffs,” a collaboration between downtown designer Jeremy Scott (well known for his colorful, eccentric collaborations) and Adidas, obviously. They’re pretty much just Adidas’ classic Roundhouse style, updated with some funky, bright Jeremy Scott-y colors and, uh, Velcro ankle shackles. They’re scheduled to hit stores in August, but it’s possible public outcry might change that. More