Brides are saying “I Do” to a surprising type of wedding shoes: Crocs.
Thanks to New Mexico-based Etsy seller @princesspumps, fans of the rubber clogs can now get a sparkly version for their big day. Holographic pink and white sequins adorn the shoes, which feature a closed-toe silhouette and a slip-proof strap.
The shoes cost £95.70 (roughly $125), plus a $30 delivery fee.
Crocs itself has a wedding collection, which features its classic clog as well as some more traditional bridal styles — like wedge heels or block-heeled sandals. It also sells a three-pack of its Jibbitz charms for brides.
While the rubber clogs can be polarizing, Crocs seems to have hit its stride in 2019 — becoming a must-have item for the Gen-Z set. The brand predicted its Q2 revenues to land between $350 and $360 million, a gain of 7% to 10% from the comparable period.
Crocs has found favor with the celebrity set, tapping into the star power of ambassadors Drew Barrymore and Zooey Deschanel. It’s also found success with a series of buzzy recent collaborations — working in the past month with Barneys for a punk-inspired take, Vera Bradley for feminine floral shoes and Chinatown Market for a neon tie-dye version.
Watch the video below to see what Iris Apfel thinks of Crocs and other recent shoe trends.
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