Who Wore the Simone Rocha Plexiglas Heel Oxfords Better: Rita Ora or Rihanna?

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They sound alike, they’ve got similar fashion styles and they’re often spotted wearing the same clothes. No wonder Rita Ora and Rihanna are often compared to each other!

The two have now got their eyes on and their feet into the Simone Rocha invisible heel oxfords, which were the clear runway hit (pun totally intended) from the UK designer’s Spring 2012 collection.

Rita Ora was spotted wearing them first. She played up their fun factor and paired them with a One Teaspoon denim parka, a Horace banana print button down shirt, a pair of Joyrich men’s dollar sign studded denim shorts and silver glitter socks:

Rita Ora

Rita OraRita Ora leaves the BBC Radio 1 Studios in London on April 19, 2012

Rihanna, who was seen wearing the white color of the Simone Rocha invisible heel oxfords just this Wednesday, decided to do the opposite and paired hers with an austere tuxedo. Nothing restrained about her tuxedo’s color though — it was blazing red and had Barbie pink satin lapels and pant stripes:

Rihanna

RihannaRihanna leaves her hotel in London on June 27, 2012

Seeing as how similar these two are, Rita Ora and Rihanna will most definitely be seen wearing the same clothes again. But in the case of these Simone Rocha invisible heel oxfords, who do you think wore them better — Rita Ora or Rihanna?

The style of these Simone Rocha invisible heel oxfords is the kind that won’t be to everyone’s liking but it sure gets heads turning. You can find the latest from this popular designer at Farfetch and Net-A-Porter.

Simone Rocha Spring 2012 Plexiglas heel oxfords

These $1,075 shoes are practically sold out everywhere. Even this Jeffrey Campbell knockoff which we featured back in May is selling out fast:

Jeffrey Campbell ‘Upend’ clear heel oxfords in black wash clear, $180.00

Jeffrey Campbell ‘Upend’ clear heel oxfords in white clear, $180.00

Karmaloop still has the black color of the Jeffrey Campbell ‘Upend’ but we don’t expect it to be around for long. If it’s the white color you’re after, you can only put yourself on its waiting list at Solestruck.

Credit: Craig Harris//Will Alexander/WENN/Kate Wooldridge

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