How Embarrassing! Taylor Schilling’s Clear Pumps Give Her ‘Foot Fog’

Taylor Schilling is indeed “the lucky one” for getting to cozy up to Zac Efron in the movie and throughout each and every one of its premieres, but that luck seemingly failed her at the red carpet in London.

Taylor still got to act all lovey-dovey with Zac and still wowed us with that gorgeous Peter Pilotto Spring 2012 multicolored cutout dress and Van Cleef & Arpels jewels, but check out her shoes: Taylor Schilling experienced an embarrassing shoe situation that we’d like to call “foot fog”:

Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling attend

Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling attend

Taylor Schilling showing off her Van Cleef & Arpels jewelsZac Efron and Taylor Schilling attend “The Lucky One” UK premiere at the Bluebird Cafe at the Chelsea Cinema on the King’s Road in London, England on April 23, 2012

You know we love clear shoes too here on YNS but thank god we don’t have cameras pointed at our feet when we wear them:

Taylor Schilling experiencing foot fog in Rupert Sanderson 'Prunia' pumps

Taylor Schilling experiencing foot fog in Rupert Sanderson 'Prunia' pumpsTaylor Schilling experiencing foot fog in Rupert Sanderson ‘Prunia’ pumps

Taylor Schilling seems to be wearing a clear shoe insert on her right heel which IS the proper accessory to wear with this PVC pump. But what’s a girl to do to stop feet from fogging up clear shoes? Should we be putting deodorant on our feet to keep them from sweating? Should we be carrying around a pack of tissues and stop to wipe down our shoes from time to time?

Oh and as for Taylor Schilling’s shoes, they are these Rupert Sanderson ‘Prunia’ glitter-paneled PVC pumps:

Rupert Sanderson 'Prunia' Glitter-Paneled PVC PumpsRupert Sanderson ‘Prunia’  Glitter-Paneled PVC Pumps

These aren’t online yet but Rupert Sanderson shoes are available and retail between $500 to $900 at Bloomingdale’s and Farfetch.

Credit: WENN/Lia Toby

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