Kristen Stewart‘s foot injury had her in crutches at the 2013 Oscars, but that wasn’t the only unusual accessory she wore on the red carpet. The American actress also sported mismatched shoes.
While the focus of Kristen’s ensemble was her angelic embroidered Reem Acra gown, we managed to sneak a peek at her injury-friendly footwear. “I’m an idiot,” Stewart responded when asked by People about her crutches.
Kristen Stewart wears her hair down at the 85th annual Oscars held on February 24, 2013, at Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles
Stewart accidentally stepped on glass before the ceremony. “She tried so many options, she was really a trouper.”
“Kristen was nervous about her crutches so having her friends around playing music was just what she needed,” bicoastal hairstylist Danilo added.
“We all were trying to make her feel better and her friends were trying to tell her she’d be fine, she has insecurities about being in front of people so today was even tougher.”
Accidentally stepping on glass before the ceremony, Kristen Stewart wore crutches with her floor-length embroidered Reem Acra gown on the red carpet
Kristen wore a ballet flat on her right foot and a platform stiletto on her left foot, which seems to be how she was able to walk normally when it was time to hand the crutches to her assistant and have her picture taken.
Actress Kristen Stewart, Rick Carter, and Daniel Radcliffe at the 85th Annual Academy Awards Press Room held at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013, in Hollywood, California
Wearing one Jimmy Choo heel, one Bloch shoe, and Fred Leighton jewelry, she later took the stage to present the production design award with Daniel Radcliffe.
Kristen Stewart wears one flat and one heel underneath her Reem Acra gown
We’re not sure how one heel and one flat would make it easier to walk with a foot injury… but Kristen managed to make it work.
Kristen Stewart’s satin heel is the Jimmy Choo “Vibe” pump. You can buy the nude patent version on sale at Farfetch right now.
Jimmy Choo “Vibe” Peep-Toe Platform Pumps, $875
Bloch “Fonteyn” Ballet Flats, $71.99
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