hoof shoes

One of the most common criticisms we hear about platform shoes is that they can look a bit like hooves, their wearers clip-clopping along like pretty little ponies.

In the case of these Camilla Skovgaard pumps, however, the effect is a deliberate one, and the model looks more like she got her shiny new shoes from the blacksmith, rather than from My Wardrobe, which is where these are currently available to buy.

hoof shoes

We suspect we already know the answer to this question, but we’ll ask it anyway: do you consider these arrest-worthy, or should we set them free? In other words, are they innocent or guilty of committing crimes of fashion?


  1. I’m shocked, but I actually sort of like them. Not rush out to buy them, not by a long shot, but, especially in the full body shot of the model, I think they make it look like the model is standing on a sort of pedestal, and I rather like that.

  2. Well, DON’T wear hooves, but if you’re gonna, this is the way to do it.
    All other hoove shoes I’ve seen are far uglier, chunkier, and more horselike. Those are kinda elegant, espiecally in comparison.

  3. Set them free! There is a certain novelty to these shoes that I really like. It’s like, haute couture Mr. Tumnus. In all seriousness though, they are kind of cool, for fashion’s sake.

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