I Said No No No

Sometimes, things that are awful bring us joy; but sometimes, they’re just plain awful. Queen Marie was rightly offended by the notion of fake high-heels made for babies. For $35, you can buy a pair of these shoes, put them on a baby and laugh your ass off. Ha ha, look at the baby! You could also put sunglasses and jewelry on the baby and laugh even more. Sister Wolf says, Give that $35 to a homeless shelter and leave the baby alone.

As a fur-lover and proud carnivore, I am usually happy to see fur accessories, but here’s something that shocked me with it’s assaultive ugliness. Not only are these leg-warmers an abomination, they are even sold out! Presumably, whoever bought them is somewhere right now, laughing at babies in high heels.

For the third and final No, I bring you this photo courtesy of The Look-See. These models were used by Yohji, Etro, and Ann Demeulemeester in Milan. They are not conventional male model types, get it? They are old geezers! This is so funny, like high heels on a baby! But I would rather stick with handsome boys.

The moral here is that some people will be fooled into accepting awfulness as some sort of post-modern joke, but We are simply not having it.

This entry was posted in Fashion, Horrible Stuff and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

12 Responses to I Said No No No

  1. Suebob says:

    I kinda like the geezers.

  2. Lydia says:

    I’m with Suebob. I’m all for the geezers. I like a little runway diversity.

  3. I agree Sister Wolf. I’m not having any of this! Umm so some person on Kingdom of Style commented … ‘ oh i don’t see what’s wrong with them, they’re just soft slippers made into women’s shoes ‘. Oh… guess what, how about a “my first hooker’s kit” made out of softest baby friendly cotton. And then take cute little pictures of your toddler wearing this shit and post it on the internet! all harmless fun!
    oh and as for the old men. Well… I think they should have gone for fat, missing limbed, ugly old men. And then they could have made a reality tv show about it!

  4. susie_bubble says:

    I don’t mind the old dudes….those legwarmers are quite frightening looking though…

  5. hammie says:

    Yes, its all fun and games with the old dudes, until you go into the dressing room at the wrong time and see a load of old guy ass.


  6. Imelda Matt says:

    I’ve found the whole issue of old catwalk man totally unpalatable, trust me I didn’t pump a shit load of money into the G5 to fly half way around the world to look at crunchy old men!

  7. Sister Wolf says:

    Well, it’s nice that there are some takers for the old guys.

    Imelda, Hammie and Miss Wombat: Let’s close out eyes and repeat “David Beckham” until those old guys disappear.

  8. enc says:

    Those fur leg-warmers are just plain heinous.

  9. Mark says:

    Baby high-heels: vile.

    Leg warmers: always a bad idea, especially fur ones over Converse.

    Geezer cat-walkers: Junya Watanabe used them last year, and one guy was sort of hot. Though, I agree with hammie about the fear factor involved in seeing old-man ass.

  10. Sister Wolf says:

    That’s not a good mental image. David Beckham, David Beckham. David Beckham.

  11. Baby heels and all clothes that turn children into lil’ hos or living Bratz dolls are just plain wrong!

  12. Sister Wolf says:

    I agree, horrible. It’s bad enough to dress up dogs. Babies are not accessories.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *