Star Wars Heels


#21

Well sure, but she’s Amanda Fucking Palmer ¯_(ツ)_/¯


#22

Or perhaps the…space opera?

Yay! I made a pun and it wasn’t lewd. I knew I had it in me [pats self on back].


#23

:heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes:


#24
  • My name is Japhroaig, and I endorse this dress.

#25

A more elegant dress for a more civilized age :slight_smile:


#26

Whaaaat? No Croc Martens?


#27
  1. @manybellsdown on design
  2. @japhroaig on product placement tie-in deals
  3. @GulliverFoyle on marketing spots
  4. @piratejenny as spokes-model
  5. @Melizmatic as art department
  6. […] as legal against Disney and Lucas Arts
  7. Profit!!!

#28


#30

I love Irregular Choice sooooo much!
I was so sad to go into their store in Camden and it was all Star Wars or wedding shoes… alas… at least we have the Internet!


#31

It’s more styrofoam than leather now… twisted and evil.


#32


#33

And damn her if she giggles. Damn her double if she laughs.
Goth girls like it when you double-damn it twice fast.


#34


#35

That angle makes my toes hurt looking at it.


#36

That’s true of pretty much all heels.

But the rope design is well done.


#37

Fair point. Going back up thread there are others with a similar angle. Maybe not as pencil thin a heel though. Those just look painful.


#38

Of course.

Any amount of slope is bad for the feet, spine and one’s overall posture, but the more extreme the angle, the worse the long term effects are.


#39


#40

Something like this, perhaps?


#41

It took me a moment to even recognize that as a shoe.

It looks more like some sort of protective sports gear for shoulders.