Julianne Moore walks the red carpet in a stunning lilac-colored Dior dress adorned with elegant black strapless detailing at the Opening Ceremony of the 66th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France, on May 15, 2013 (Credit: Joe Alvarez / Lia Toby / WENN)
We often complain about how hard it is to go shoe-spotting at red carpet events because of all the long-hemmed dresses, but this one time, we wish the celebrity had worn a long dress.
Observant fans would have been surprised and concerned by the condition of Julianne Moore’s feet, which seemed to be in discomfort (Credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock)
Julianne Moore needed something, anything, to cover her poor pinky toes, which were strangled by the straps of her silver platform sandals!
Julianne Moore’s silver strappy sandals threatening to cut off her pinky toes (Credit: Joe Alvarez / Lia Toby / WENN)
Ladies who can’t stand the sight of a toe overhang in the Your Next Shoes community are going to have a field day with this.
We do love Julianne Moore’s Charlotte Olympia “Tokyo” sandals, though, and we want to highlight them for you, so we thought maybe Julianne Moore’s poor feet wouldn’t look as tortured when viewed from the side.
But nope, that’s not right either; there’s no salvaging Julianne Moore’s fashion faux pas.
Julianne Moore’s tortured toes from the side — not any better than the view from the front (Credit: Joe Alvarez / Lia Toby / WENN)
If the strappy sandals were a must for Julianne Moore’s look, her stylist should have had more choices — such as the following roomier, single-strapped style from Zappos — included in her arsenal:
Chinese Laundry Imagination Sandals, $31.30 – $58.95
But she didn’t and had Julianne Moore walk the Cannes red carpet with her tortured toes fully exposed to the cameras.
It looks like somebody’s getting fired!