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The Shoes You Need to Stop Wearing Right Now

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With a brand new season peaking, it totally makes sense that you want to add a few new pairs of shoes to the rotation. And because we fully support that venture, let's clear up some space for those new guys, 'k? Whether it's a trend from years ago you're emotionally attached to or gorgeous heels that give you the ouches, hear us now: Stop wearing them. That last point is the biggest one, since it's way too common to meet a woman who's harboring a shoe that she adores, but hardly ever wears. Whether you made a misstep when purchasing or your foot's changed slightly, it's not doing any good sitting in the dark closet (and please don't suffer through a wearing only to find yourself hobbled by blisters the next day). Donate or sell them—don't forget that what hurts your foot might feel like Cinderella's slipper to someone else.

The Shoes You Need to Stop Wearing Right Now

We love your shoes, but if they're hurting you, ban them from your closet!

Likewise, if you persist in wearing stilettos that are so sky-high they hinder your gait, ditch them. "Shoes that women can't walk in need to stop. No matter how beautiful they are, it loses something when it's impossible to move in," shoe designer Sarah Flint told us.

The list of no-gos from Shopbop included a few looks that shouldn't be banned right out, but retired for just a bit. "Wedged sneakers have come and gone. This year, we think our girl will love a platform sneaker instead," the brand's footwear buyer Gabriela Barreto told us, also suggesting we take a collective break from the chunky sandals of last year. "Comfort is still key, but it's time to shift away from the clunky, orthopedic sandals. We're seeing a ton of slides that are equal parts feminine and easy instead," added Kate Johanson, Shopbop's market editor. Both women also piped up to agree with Michael Kors' statement that rubber flip flops are not meant to be everyday shoes. Unless you're at the beach, stop wearing them, ok?

An unofficial survey of the Glamour offices turned up pleas to ditch square heels and nude patent leather pumps (the leg-lengthening shoe is always a do, but modernize it by trying a warm leather or suede pair instead). Another good relic to take out of the rotation? Logo'ed flats. Keep the skimmer look, but do it in an understated ballet flat with a round or pointed toe.

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The Shoes You Need to Stop Wearing Right Now

7 Things You Never Knew About the Ruby Slippers From The Wizard of Oz

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There are too many iconic pairs of shoes to declare one top dog, but right up there at the top? The ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz, definitely. The glitzy heels are known globally and have inspired both theft and their own movie (more on that last point in a second). The new documentary, debuted at this year's SXSW festival, is aptly titled The Slippers and pulls back the curtain on the shoes and how they helped create the market for movie memorabilia. The sparklers helped start the Hollywood collecting craze, a cottage industry that sees big numbers—one of Scarlett O'Hara's gowns from Gone With the Wind sold at auction last year for $137,000 after initially being purchased for, oh, $20.

7 Things You Never Knew About the Ruby Slippers From The Wizard of Oz

For a more thorough look at the ruby shoes, we asked The Slippers director Morgan White to share some of the fascinating facts he learned while putting the movie together.

No one actually knows how many pairs were created for the movie.
"There are four known pairs in existence today, five if you count the Arabian test shoes that never made their way to the screen," White revealed (the Arabian version have slightly upturned toes). "Nobody knows how many pairs of shoes were created for the film, as the studio records were destroyed many years ago."

They require special care at the Smithsonian.
The pair of shoes that lives at The Smithsonian National Museum of American History is a hot ticket. "They are second only to The Star Spangled Banner in foot traffic and draw so many visitors each year that the carpet surrounding their display has to be changed regularly." The Smithsonian's set have felt-covered bottoms, modified to muffle the sound of Dorothy's dancing.

The shoes in the original story were silver.
The book the movie was adapted from had silver shoes, not red. The decision to make the change (using rich burgundy sequins no less) was likely due to a desire to ensure they popped on screen. "The film was shot on a special Technicolor process that was very expensive, and MGM studio chief Louis B. Mayer ordered them changed to something more colorful."

They were lost prior to being auctioned off in 1970.
The pair that now lives in the Smithsonian—and started the craze for collecting—was sold for $15,000 in 1970. Before they could hit the auction block they had to be located though, a feat that proved difficult. "During the auction preparations nobody could find the shoes. It took costumer Kent Warner months to find them amongst the 450,000 costumes that were there," White told us. "Eventually he found them in a dusty old barn that used to exist on the MGM lot."

There's still a missing pair—and the reward is $1 million.
Stolen from Minnesota's Judy Garland Museum in 2005, the pair was never recovered (even with a hefty reward on the table). White recounted action that happened last summer: "The museum sent of team of divers to an old mine pit to search for the shoes, believed to have been discarded there, but in the end they found nothing."

Leonardo DiCaprio bought a pair.
Leo was named the prime benefactor for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' move to buy a pair back in 2012. In good condition, the shoes are thought to have been used for close-ups and will eventually live at the Academy Museum.

Cleaning them is not easy.
A behind-the-scenes video reveals that the sequins are made of gelatin, a material that doesn't play nice with most cleaners. Instead, restoration techs have to clean each individual sequin with cotton dipped in ice water.

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7 Things You Never Knew About the Ruby Slippers From The Wizard of Oz

Can You Guess Which Kardashian-Jenner Has the Best Shoe Closet?

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It's fair to assume that every single one of the Kardashian-Jenners has an amazing closet (honestly, even Corey Gamble probably has a pretty sick walk-in situation). A recent chat with Kendall Jenner confirmed that the family's Oaks of Calabasas 'hood contains some of Southern California's best collections of clothing and accessories, and all the sisters have their particular strengths. Luckily, they're pretty good at sharing. Err, for the most part.

"We're all super generous minus Kylie. Kylie and I always fight over clothes. It's, like, a problem. But it's because we grew up together and we just grew up fighting over clothes," she told People before getting specific about where to go for what. "Kourtney has good statement pieces. Kim has amazing things you could never find [elsewhere]," and momma Kris has the major diamond studs you borrow if you want some serious bling.

Can You Guess Which Kardashian-Jenner Has the Best Shoe Closet?

So which sister has the most impressive collection of heels, boots, et al? "Khloe has the best shoe selection, and she's my size!" quipped Kendall.

The new closet info follows up on what we already know about the fam. Kendall has told us Kim's situation is the one you'd be most likely to get legit lost in, and there's absolutely no way that anyone has a fitness closet to best Khloe's. Clearly, lots of space is required for these ladies—don't forget that they're fashion ninjas.










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Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping

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Stressing over which new shoes to buy is a good problem to have, to be sure, but it's not fair to dismiss it as totally frivolous either. Unless you've got an unlimited budget, you're likely examining the spring 2016 season and thinking about both holes in your wardrobe and how much you can afford to spend on a fresh closet addition. Instead of hemming and hawing over what to commit to, trust in the stars. We examined the trends that came down the runways last September through a lens sharpened by astrological insight and deciphered which shoe trend would be best for each zodiac sign.

Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Aries (March 21 to April 20)
Common traits: Adventurous, pioneering, and confident.
Inspired by the satin ribbons of a ballerina's pointe shoes, statement-making wraps demand to be noticed. While the wearer can decide just how high to coil them, we know you, Aries; It's all the way up.
Bionda Castana for L.K. Bennett, $475, L.K. Bennett.


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Taurus (April 21 to May 21)
Common traits: Patient, reliable, and persistent.
Rather than rushing to snap up the latest trendy piece, you prefer waiting to see which looks rise to the top. Now's the time to invest in gladiator sandals, a style that's shown it has staying power.
Sigerson Morrison sandals, $495, Shopbop.


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Gemini (May 22 to June 21)
Common traits: Versatile, youthful, and lively.
Keeping on top of trends is in your nature, meaning buzzy, street style-approved shapes are for you. It's all the better if it's a pick that can be styled up or down, as is the case with the season's mule.
Proenza Schouler mules, $750, Barneys.

Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Cancer (June 22 to July 22)
Common traits: Intuitive and imaginative, but cautious.
The perfect buy for you is a classic style that can be worn a hundred different ways. Timeless flats tick the boxes, offering itself up as an anchor styling piece that your nimble fashion sense will love tying on with both sweet dresses and loose-leg jeans.
Coach Jill flat, $175, Bloomingdales.


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Leo (July 23 to August 21)
Common traits: Creative, enthusiastic, and broad-minded.
Something about the natural universality of white shoes will appeal to your mindset, while your creative side will adore the way the color is a blank canvas for whatever outfit you want to create.
Jeffrey Campbell boots, $225, Nasty Gal.


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Virgo (August 22 to September 23)
Common traits: Modest, practical, and reliable.
Hearing that fashion's enduring love affair with the sneaker is music to your ears. The comfortable style is unassuming, goes with everything, and is available in a slew of sleek new styles.
Nike Airmax 1 sneakers, $140, Barneys.


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Libra (September 24 to October 23)
Common traits: Diplomatic, urbane, and easy-going.
When it comes to fashion, you approach it as you do everything else in life: Fuss-free, please. It makes the slip-on espadrille particularly appealing, especially in a neutral hue that'll match everything in your closet.
Soludos Donut smoking slippers, $75, Madewell.


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Scorpio (October 24 to November 22)
Common traits: Powerful, exciting, and magnetic.
Enough with calming neutrals—vibrant splashes of color speak to your personality. Spring's rainbow-inspired shoes make for an accessory that'll draw compliments and comments your way reliably.
Chloé Jamie sandals, $525, farfetch.com


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Sagittarius (November 23 to December 22)
Common traits: Freedom-loving, intellectual, and straightforward.
The independent cowboy spirit is one you can relate to, making this season's offering of western-inspired ankle boots an easy choice. Whether stitched detailing or a rounded toe, there's a dose of wide-open-spaces in this trend's DNA that calls to you.
River Islande boots, $128, Asos.

Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Capricorn (December 23 to January 20)
Common traits: Practical, ambitious, and disciplined.
After seasons of eschewing the once-popular pointy toe, fashion brought back the sharp look in a big way for spring '16. Add a pair to your work-ready rotation, and let the strong shape increase your polish factor.
Gianvito Rossi pumps, $750, Net-A-Porter.


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Aquarius (January 21 to February 19)
Common traits: Original, independent, and intellectual.
Spring's runways saw tons of bright, bold, and personality-filled heels, and they were all calling your name. Embrace this season's most attention-getting styles by picking one in an out-there color or a pair with unique details. Case in point: These platforms-meet-clogs with a fun print, too.
Miu Miu sandals, $550, Net-A-Porter.


Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping
Pisces (February 20 to March 20)
Common traits: Imaginative, intuitive, and compassionate
If something feels appealing about the bootie-sandal this year, you're spot on, Pisces. The fresh style was seen peppered frequently throughout the season's best collections and is a wise buy to inject some magic into your spring and summer style.
Booties, $198, J.Crew.










Spring Shoe Trends 2016: See Which Style Your Zodiac Sign Should Be Shopping

Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and a European Queen in Real-Life Cinderella Shoes

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We're consistently fascinated by women stepping out in real-life Cinderella shoes (i.e., those utilizing plastic and Lucite for a clear, glass-like appearance). Spain's Queen Letizia was the first to show just how chic it can be, wearing her favorite pair multiple times to official engagements where looking regal is expected. Now we've spotted the look on reality royalty as well, with Kim Kardashian West pairing totally clear sandals with a nude bodysuit she wore earlier this month. Prior to that, the unique accessories made an appearance in Taylor Swift's closet as well, and, frankly, with Dolce & Gabbana's fall 2016 collection going all-in on the princess thing, we're just counting the days until we see a street-style star style step out in the brand's take on the iconic slipper. For now, take a peek at how the shoes have been worn so far.

Here is Kim's full outfit:

Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and a European Queen in Real-Life Cinderella Shoes

And here's a close-up of her shoes:

Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and a European Queen in Real-Life Cinderella Shoes

Pop star princess Taylor wore her Cinderella-inspired heels for a party celebrating "Red" back in 2012. The Christian Louboutin slingbacks had a sparkly black cap toe, but the rest of the shoe had the glass slipper thing going on.

Here's the full outfit:

Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and a European Queen in Real-Life Cinderella Shoes

And here's a close-up of her shoes:

Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and a European Queen in Real-Life Cinderella Shoes

While both Kim and Taylor do the look well, we might have to hand the official crown to Queen Letizia, whose elegant Magrit pair actually feel like the real thing. Compared to Taylor's, where the material is a design detail, and Kim's, with a funky shape that feels straight from the runway, Letizia's classic silhouette is clean and could honestly be subbed in for a modern-day retelling of the fairy tale.

Here's the full outfit:

Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and a European Queen in Real-Life Cinderella Shoes

And here's a close-up of her shoes:

Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and a European Queen in Real-Life Cinderella Shoes


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Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and a European Queen in Real-Life Cinderella Shoes

Rihanna’s New Shoe Collaboration with Manolo Blahnik Is Fierce…To Say the Least

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When it comes to fashion design, Rihanna is all in.

On the heels of her critically acclaimed runway show for Fenty x Puma at New York Fashion Week in February, the stylish songstress has announced a collaboration with none other than shoe god, Manolo Blahnik.

Rihanna and Blahnik worked together on six limited edition styles of boots and pumps, influenced by everything from her love of denim to her epic tattoos. The collection will available at Manolo Blahnik's flagships in New York, London, and Hong Kong starting May 5, with retails from $895 to $3,995.

Rihanna's New Shoe Collaboration with Manolo Blahnik Is Fierce...To Say the Least
Rihanna with Manolo Blahnik

No one could be more thrilled about the collab than Rihanna herself, who said she'll get all kinds of emotional when she sees them on a woman IRL. “The day I see a woman in the street wearing my shoes... I am sorry for that woman because I’m going to literally run after her, shouting, ‘Stop! Selfie! Who are you? Where did you get them?’ I’m going to have a moment!”

Rihanna's New Shoe Collaboration with Manolo Blahnik Is Fierce...To Say the Least
The 9-to-5 Boot

But the diva does have a warning before wearing a specific style in the collection: “Those boots are dangerous!" she said of the 9-to-5 Boots. "If you’re trying to get back home to your bed, don’t wear them boots! You will get kidnapped in those boots, those boots are trouble.”

The Canary Island-born footwear maven was quite taken with the star himself. “This is an incredibly exciting collaboration and I am absolutely thrilled with the results, "said Blahnik. "Working with Rihanna has been amazing and her drive, passion, creativity and style has been reflected in the designs, with fabulous results. I think everyone is going to love what they are about to see.”

Check the standouts from the collection:

Rihanna's New Shoe Collaboration with Manolo Blahnik Is Fierce...To Say the Least
The Rhi Vi's


Rihanna's New Shoe Collaboration with Manolo Blahnik Is Fierce...To Say the Least
The Cowgirl Boot


Rihanna's New Shoe Collaboration with Manolo Blahnik Is Fierce...To Say the Least
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Rihanna's New Shoe Collaboration with Manolo Blahnik Is Fierce...To Say the Least

See the Shoes That Got a Woman in Trouble at Airport Security

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Consider which accessories you're wearing (and packing) next time you're headed to catch a flight. A traveler was stopped at a Maryland airport security checkpoint because of sandals with gun-shaped heels and a bullet-inspired platform and matching ammo bracelets, all breaking TSA rules about realistic-looking faux weapons. The woman was told she could move the items from a carry-on to checked luggage, but evidently decided catching her flight was more important than holding on to the tough accessories (she tossed them in order to make it to the gate on time).

A TSA spokesperson was the one to share the pics, calling the photo a "friendly reminder" of what won't pass muster past security. Good to know for all kooky shoe lovers.

Shoes and bracelets that are less than ideal to wear or bring to a @TSA checkpoint. These delayed a traveler at BWI. pic.twitter.com/tZiFkwCBLf

— TSAmedia_LisaF (@TSAmedia_LisaF) February 29, 2016

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Confirmed by Kendall Jenner: Marc Jacobs Fall ’16 Had “The Scariest Shoes”

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The serious platform boots Marc Jacobs sent down his fall 2016 runway had to be the most wow-worthy of the entire New York Fashion Week—they looked like they added at least eight inches to everyone. As onlookers, you couldn't help but think they'd be impossibly difficult to walk in, much less boldly stride down a much-watched catwalk, but hey, maybe it's par-for-the-course when you're a pro model. Thankfully, Kendall Jenner took to her site to confirm that, no, we're not being big babies, and, yes, those boots were seriously intimidating.

"Rehearsing (in the scariest shoes!!!) at Marc Jacobs," she blogged. "These boots were NOT made for walking."

Props to Kendall and co. for making it look so easy. Meanwhile, we're ecstatic to report that the easy-to-walk-in mid-heel is back in a big way for spring.

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The First Designer You Seriously Lusted After in the ’90s Is Back

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Quick—what was the first designer item you lusted after and actually felt like you needed? There's a high probability you're saying Kate Spade because the brand got mass appeal right at the time when millennials were first starting to bug parents for rides to the mall (count 1996 as a high point, when the brand opened its first New York City store). The woman who was responsible for creating the bright and poppy universe left the brand in 2007 and has just gotten back into the fashion game, releasing a new line of shoes and bags called Frances Valentine.

The First Designer You Seriously Lusted After in the '90s Is Back

"Everything came together serendipitously," she told us about deciding that now was the right time for her and husband Andy to launch a new label. "My daughter is older now and in school and at activities all day, and my former shoe designer was ready to leave Prada and work with us again." That shoe designer is Paola Venturi, the former Kate Spade design director who left the company in 2007 and then spent time at Prada. The fourth name behind the new label is Elyce Arons, one of the original founders of Kate Spade.

While it's a proven, established team, it's a new marketplace, with fresh challenges for nascent brands that couldn't have even been imagined 20 years ago (just think about trying to explain Snapchat to a '90s high schooler). The company knows what it's signing up for though, and, hey, they know how to build a brand.

Spade told us that compared to her K.S. days, Frances Valentine is a collaborative effort between herself and the aforementioned trio. "There are hundreds more designers making accessories who weren't in 1993," she mused. "There's so much product out there, so we have to make every shoe and bag special. People have to fall in love with our shoes, or why bother?"

Price-wise, shoes average around $400 (some flats are $275, while snakeskin heels go to $625); bags range from $225 to $725. You can find them at Shopbop, Nordstrom, and Bloomingdale's, plus boutiques around the country and on Frances Valentine's website.

See some of our favorites here:

The First Designer You Seriously Lusted After in the '90s Is Back

Frances Valentine Pauline mules, $345, shopbop.com

The First Designer You Seriously Lusted After in the '90s Is Back

Frances Valentine Katherine espadrilles, $245, nordstrom.com

The First Designer You Seriously Lusted After in the '90s Is Back

Frances Valentine Bella sandals, $475, nordstrom.com

The First Designer You Seriously Lusted After in the '90s Is Back

Frances Valentine Elizabeth sandals, $425, shopbop.com

The First Designer You Seriously Lusted After in the '90s Is Back

Frances Valentine wedges

P.S. Curious about the name? Frances is a popular name in her family (it's her daughter's!), and Valentine was her paternal grandfather's middle name due to a Feb. 14 birthday. Sweet, right?

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Beyonce Wore Super-Sexy Pink Platform Heels to the Clippers Game Last Night and Jay Z Couldn’t Stop Touching Them

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Real talk: Beyonce's date night shoe game has our tongues wagging.

Beyonce Wore Super-Sexy Pink Platform Heels to the Clippers Game Last Night and Jay Z Couldn't Stop Touching Them

The singer sat front row at a Los Angeles Clippers game last night with husband Jay Z, and while all eyes would normally be on the megawatt duo no matter what, we couldn't peel our own from her fancy footwear. The singer towered in a pair of sexy, cotton candy pink suede platform heels featuring a come-hither ankle strap and gold spike heel. The rest of her ensemble was simple but sexy: a black fedora, Saint Laurent leather jacket and comfy, curve-hugging leggings.

And yes, these sky-high babies warrant an up-close look.

Beyonce Wore Super-Sexy Pink Platform Heels to the Clippers Game Last Night and Jay Z Couldn't Stop Touching Them

Jay Z apparently approved of the style—he was spotted with a hand on the singer's luxe footwear.

Beyonce Wore Super-Sexy Pink Platform Heels to the Clippers Game Last Night and Jay Z Couldn't Stop Touching Them

It's been a big month for Queen Bey, who released a new music video with a proud, politicized message, slayed during her Super Bowl 50 halftime appearance with Coldplay, announced an upcoming world tour, and, oh, you know, took pretty much crushed the wedding-dress-as-red-carpet-dress competition at the Grammys on Feb. 15.


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Get This: Blake Lively Made Socks Out of Tissues to Relieve Her Heel-Worn Feet

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Blake Lively may already be a source of hair and date night outfit inspiration, but now she's also giving us an impromptu lesson in DIY!

A photo posted by Blake Lively (@blakelively) on Feb 19, 2016 at 1:49pm PST

The actress took to Instagram yesterday with an outright hilarious snap showing a pair of makeshift "socks." Seems like Blake fashioned these foot pillows on the fly with tissues and what looks to be black elastic hair bands following a long day of wearing heels. Well, we've all been there, right?

Blake of course included a caption alongside the photo explaining her kitschy new sock situation: "When you wear heels to work but wish you just had a cozy pair of socks, but don't. So you make your own."

Hey, considering the star stepped out at New York Fashion Week in an ultra-chic parade of heels, we're almost surprised she didn't resort to the sock therapy sooner: Running around town in sky-highs does a number to any NYFW attendee's feet. And it's not such a bad idea—those tissues can be recycled after all.


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Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl Outfit Had Two Different Shoes

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Lady Gaga's rendition of the National Anthem was nothing short of epic (those lungs!)—but leave it to the crooner, who looked elegantly patriotic at the Super Bowl, to keep us on our sartorial toes. Case in point, look at her right shoe.

Gaga's platform heel with an American-flag motif is totally awesome, but also looked kind of familiar—as in didn't-we-see-those-on-the-runway familiar? Take a look and see if you can figure it out:

Lady Gaga's Super Bowl Outfit Had Two Different Shoes

Lady Gaga's Super Bowl Outfit Had Two Different Shoes

If you guessed Gucci, you are correct! Gaga was wearing one half of the shoes of the season, Gucci's Studded Leather Platform Pump (you can get the complete pair for for $1,255 on the brand's site). And while the shoe design is actually Italian, we still give her style props. After all, she wore a custom look from the buzziest label of the season. Her suit with flared-leg trousers was made in cherry-red lurex, by Gucci designer Alessandro Michele just for her. Oh, and also the other shoe, done in blue glitter. And her gigantic diamond studs were by celeb-fave Lorraine Schwartz (who also made her heart-shaped engagement ring, which was on full display tonight).

Lady Gaga's Super Bowl Outfit Had Two Different Shoes


Lady Gaga's Super Bowl Outfit Had Two Different Shoes

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Lady Gaga's Super Bowl Outfit Had Two Different Shoes