Jelly shoes. They were acceptable in the 80s – well, sort of – and some designers would have us believe that that they’re still acceptable now. Marc Jacobs and Fendi currently have jelly styles in stock, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. For me, they call to mind sweaty feet, cheap shoes and an era in which it was considered totally acceptable to swap shoes with your best friend. These ones definitely aren’t "cheap" (the Fendi flats on the right will cost you the best part of $200) and so you probably won’t want to be swapping them with anyone, but what do you think of jelly shoes in general? A summer classic, or just the harbingers of sweaty feet?
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Nov 15, 2007