Crocs divide the world: there are fans & there are haters. But these wedding-ready crocs for brides are a mystery to all of us.
At this year's Met Gala in New York, the dress code was camp fashion. On the one hand, this was interpreted by the top-class guests as a frenzy of artificiality. Others, on the other hand, chose their "camp", that is, a team to which they were fashionably committed. And there sure are enough people out there who would join Camp Crocs right away. But our question for you is: would you wear these white, sequined Crocs to your own wedding?
And so you don't think we made it up - here is the name under which these shoes are listed on Etsy: "Bride's Favorite Starlight Sequin Crystal Iris Clogs Classics". We admit that this is not the prettiest Google translation ever, but what it clearly does is the word "bride". Ergo, these Crocs are really meant to be married!
They are offered by a shop called Princess Pumps, which specialize in embellishing with sequins. And from the customer reviews you can quickly see that sneakers, ballerinas and crocs that are sprinkled with glitter or stuck on with sequins are really popular with brides.
We find it understandable that you want to wear flat shoes at your own wedding, after all you have to walk around the whole day. Many brides also do it in such a way that they wear high pumps or sandals for the wedding ceremony and for the photo session, which then change to ballerinas at the latest at the party. So theoretically there would be nothing against putting on Crocs. Because you have to let them be extremely comfortable.
You have to decide for yourself whether you find Crocs stylish enough for your own wedding. The offer is definitely there …