Wild, Crazy, Outrageous Shoes of 2010 (Part II)

This is part 2 of my “wild, crazy, outrageous shoes worn on the runways in 2010” blog post, but they are not crazy in that we don’t want to wear them! On the contrary…although these shoes may be a little too high or too embellished or too colorful for some of us for everyday use (like me! I don’t think I could perform surgery in them!), these shoes surely inspired many of the shoes that were for sale in the stores this year. The styles were definitely a hit with the women buying shoes…from the wedges to the platforms to the strappy ankle boots…these shoes were incredible on and off the runways!

Wild, crazy, outrageous or not, I think I love all of them! 🙂

Burberry Spring Summer 2010 Collection


Christian Soriano Fall 2010 Collection


Christian Louboutin Spring 2010 Collection


Balenciaga Fall 2010 Collection


Rodarte Fall 2010 Collection


Alexander Wang Spring-Summer 2010 Collection


Christian Soriano Spring 2010 Collection


Rick Owens Spring-Summer 2010 Collection


Christian Louboutin Spring-Summer 2010 Collection


Marc Jacobs Spring 2010 Collection


Versace 2010 Collection

So just like I asked you in the last post, tell me something: Do you like them?

Or do you love them like I do?

And would you wear them?

If so, which ones?

Just my two cents on these wild, crazy, outrageous runway shoes: my favorites are the white satin Burberry ankle booties, the Alexander Wang animal print wedges, the Rick Owens grey striped strappy open toe shoes,  and the rest of them! Would I wear them? Probably!!! 🙂

Dedicated to your foot health and to your shoes in 2011,

Dr. Michele, The Shoe Expert

“All Shoes, All the Time!” 


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