From Crocs To Tevas: The 5 Shoes That Should Never, Under Any Circumstance, Be High-Heeled

April 8, 2011 by Charlotte Steinway
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Remember when ugly footwear was marketed on the sole token that it was comfortable? Because let’s be honest, uggs, tevas, and crocs did not initially get by on their looks alone. But what I really can’t seem to remember, however, is when it became okay for these so-called comfort-based brands to manufacture high heels. Doesn’t something about utilitarian comfort heels reek of irony? And we at SHEfinds love a good oxymoronic trend (read: summer scarves, dry-clean only bathing suits, and fingerless gloves), so we’ve compiled a list of our 5 favorites. See our picks below:

Want something more, um, sophisticated? Check our our spring guides to colorblock heels, comfortable heels, and printed wedges.

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