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So, we heard you like chunky shoes. If you're anything like us, you're probably head-over-heels in love with that heinous, uneasy feeling you get when you realize that you actually want that meme-able pair of gargantuan clogs. Call clunky stompers ugly if
Crocs, but make it extra glam.
There's no better way to show your love for chunky sandals than sporting a pair that's anything but low-key. And if you love pink, glitter, and makeup, the upcoming Benefit x Crocs collaboration is a shoe-in for you—literally.On the 7th of July,
Update your closet with these easy-to-rewear essentials.
It's always the minimal pieces in our closet that give up on us first. So if there's any part of your wardrobe to splurge on a little, it will be on basics (whatever your definition of that is) that you'll wear over
Balenciaga teamed up with Crocs for this odd but familiar collaboration.
Crocs have long been known to be comfortable shoes—something you can easily slip on when you have errands to run. Well, imagine our surprise when we saw the news that Balenciaga—yes, the luxury fashion house—teamed up with the American brand to create
Trust us, they never go out of style.
Quarantine has definitely changed everyone's a lot. Our style has gotten a lot more casual, and slides and sneakers have become our best friends. And post quarantine, we don't see comfy dressing to go away any time soon so stock up on
A ghost from the 2010s is making a comeback.
Last year, Filipinos looked at Crocs the way the Western world has condemned it: the most "uncool" shoes no one would ever want to be caught dead wearing it. As far as fashion was concerned, Crocs has long been a thing of the past. And
We actually like them!
Okay, hear me out first. Crocs may be considered an "ugly shoe," but they're the cute-ugly type that's bordering on quirky. They're campy, if you will. It all started when I saw Crocs clogs with Jibbitz, a.k.a. the charms you put on
We did not expect this!
We're only halfway through 2020, but with all the things that's happened so far... it's been wild. If you thought it couldn't get weirder, the KFC and Crocs collab dropped and subsequently sold out within 30 minutes on July 28.Who knew that
They're an actual thing, apparently.
Still in search for the quintessential wedding shoe? Forget those ludicrously priced designer stillettos because the internet’s got quite an interesting proposition: how about donning a pair of Crocs on your big day, instead?That’s right, we’re talking bright, white, bedazzled, slip-on clogs covered
It's deep fried fashion.
Do you ever love food so much that you actually dream of being with it 24/7? You may feel this way about bacon, pizza, matcha, and of course, milk tea. Many a food obsession has birthed some kind of merchandise at least
Food for thought.
If it's hideous, we're probably smitten with it. How did fashion's perplexing adoration for the "ugly shoe" (subjective, we know, but you get it) even come to be? We walk you through a brief history, right here.CELINE, SPRING 2013IMAGE CelinePresenting the show
Would you wear it?
Balenciaga is changing up a lot of things this season. First came its new logo (an entirely new font printed over a gray background), followed by—brace yourself—a surprise redesign of Crocs.Yes, Crocs. Creative director Demna Gvasalia literally took the rubber flat to new heights
Would you wear these?
We all did a double take when this rubber clog made an appearance on the runway of Christopher Kane last spring. Its marbled and jewel-embellished finish was a far cry from your average pair of Crocs. Now, beauty queen Ariella Arida is making a
Check out Christopher Kane's collab here.
Looks like Christopher Kane just ressurected the long forgotten rubber clog. Spotted making its rounds down the runway at London Fashion Week, the designer's collab features a marbled galaxy print to match his collection. Another feature of Kane's upgraded Croc? The shoe
SM Store in Makati boasts of a whole floor devoted to footwear.
What started out as a shoe store more than 50 years ago is now coming back to its roots. Last night, over 5,500 square meters of space and more than 25,ooo pairs of shoes were launched to the public for everyone's viewing
See what Crocs has in store for their newest lineup.
The brand known for their playful (and functional) clogs launched this year’s Spring/Summer collection with a reinvented boat shoe. The shoe, made in Crocs’ signature lightweight rubber, comes in a myriad of bright combinations (think neon soles and candy colors) and melds