While the year is still young, it looks like the ugliest shoes of 2018 could be out already.
Kokosar’s Paciotti by Midnight capsule collection and collaboration with Italian shoe designer Cesare Paciotti
These crystal-embellished ruched satin ankle boots from Cesare Paciotti are coated in the Italian shoe designer’s signature clear PVC shell.
It looks like they have a cheap plastic wrap over them, and it does not help that this mid-high stiletto heel also is covered in densely ruched satin and clear crystal embellishments.
If you want this monstrosity, get ready to spend $1,655 at Matches Fashion. Would you rather go barefoot?
Paciotti By Midnight Crystal-embellished ruched satin ankle boot in pink, $1,655
Paciotti By Midnight Crystal-embellished ruched satin ankle boot in black, $1,655
Paciotti By Midnight is Cesare Paciotti’s collaboration with half-Slovenian, half-Italian stylist and fashion consultant Ada Kokosar.
Inspired by Cinderella’s glass shoe and the opulence of Marie Antoinette, the shoe line features statement styles in bright hues adorned with pleated silks and crystal embroidery. Below are more shoes from the collection:
Paciotti By Midnight Crystal-embellished satin sandals, $2,395
These black satin sandals are crafted in Italy with transparent PVC over the ruched crystal-embellished straps and a black lace pattern that covers the nude brushed leather sole.
Paciotti By Midnight Crystal-embellished ankle-tie satin pumps, $2,325
These candy-pink satin pumps are detailed with crystal-embellished floral motifs that are protected by a transparent plastic covering.
Paciotti By Midnight Crystal-embellished ruched satin pumps, $1,805
These mint-green satin pumps are detailed with clear PVC-covered ruched satin and clear crystal-embellished motifs, then lined with a nude and black lace pattern that’s repeated on the sole.
Paciotti By Midnight Crystal-embellished kitten-heel mules, $1,480
These blond-yellow mules are plastic-wrapped for longevity and feature crystal embellishments.
Do you think we’ve found the ugliest shoes of 2018 or would you wear these new styles?