We’ve seen a couple of outrageous heels with Star Wars-themed details. These BB-8 heels by Instructables employee Mike Warren aka mikeasaurus are stylish but not over the top. In fact, they’re under a pair of tops, because you can spin the droid-shaped heels.
Mike replaced the heels with BB-8 figures that he made out of wooden spheres.
Star Wars fever is in full frenzy with the new flick coming this holiday season, and with that, there is a plethora of new Star Wars merch to choose from. One of the most interesting and unexpected that I have seen so far are these Skywalker Lightsaber Lace Up Heels
The limited edition shoes are brown and beige with what appears to be a snakeskin foil pattern on them.
Do you feel a disturbance in the Force? A tingling in your feet as if millions of fangirls had suddenly cried out in joy? It’s probably because of these Darth Vader and Stormtrooper heels. The Force is strong in them.
These cool shoes are a part of a new limited-edition Star Wars collection coming to London’s Irregular Choice.
If you love something, wear it. There’s a reason why shirts, sweaters, skirts, caps, and even pants bearing some elements from a movie or TV show sells like hotcakes: its fans just can’t get enough of it.
There are a lot of trends nowadays that are beyond strange. I’m sure you’ve seen fashion bloggers posing in oftentimes ridiculous-looking ‘heelless’ shoes, right? One step further than that are shoes with backwards heels.
I kid you not.
I would so buy these heels for my wife, assuming she had a geeky bone in her body. Further assuming, she was coordinated enough to wear heels without breaking a leg (love you honey). These heels are hand-painted with a solid representation of characters and scenes from Star Wars.
These futuristic illuminated police stiletto heels are kind of look like a strange fusion of vehicles and shoes. I don’t really know why these are necessary, but hey, if they make police officers more visible they might be relevant at some point.
This concept design for stilettos for police women were designed by artist Tim Cooper and are covered with intricate law-enforcement details, including tiny headlights, turn signals and strobe lights.
The “modern high heels” phone is the perfect gadget for the..uh..person who collects novelty handsets. What? People have collected far weirder things. At least this one is useful.
It would have been a funny device if the shoe was actually the phone, instead of this weird bloated inner foot form thingy.
On the plus side, it’s cheaper than most real high heeled shoes would cost you, selling for $22 (USD) over at gadget4all.