Gone are the days when Lady Gaga would step out in towering killer heels. For some reason, Mother Monster decided she’s had enough of those ridiculously tall shoes, and so nowadays, we see the diva parade her costumes in more toned down — ergo, sensible (I mean this in a relative way) — footwear.
My guess is she had an ankle injury from all those crazy heels she kept on sporting years ago, and the doctor probably banned her from wearing any of them again. It’s just as well I guess, because the shoes she has been using of late are nothing short of nod-worthy. In fact, I’m willing to bet her fascination with pretty heels has had a major influence on her recent sartorial choices. Admit it or not, Lady Gaga is looking better these days.
On Monday, she stepped out in London in an all-green getup of cropped poncho teamed with a button-front skirt. The top showcased her midriff, and at one point, the underside of her left breast as she waved to the fans and photographers. The extras she used to go with were what truly pulled the whole outfit together. Lady Gaga wore white-rimmed cat-eye sunnies and a pair gorgeous strappy colorblock sandals to seal the deal.
To be honest, the shoes were stunning enough to distract you from her peeking breasts.
Lady Gaga showcases her boobs and midriff in an all-green ensemble while in London on June 8, 2015
Wow. She’s looking really good here. Would you agree?
I love the outfit, but the sandals are to die for. I tried searching for info on the pair on the web, but sadly couldn’t find any. The last pic would have helped but zooming in on it was pointless. I initially thought they were from Brian Atwood, but the designer’s current offering don’t feature emblems on the bottom. If you have any idea, do hit the comment button and let me know.
That said, it is possible that Lady Gaga’s shoes are custom-made; created with only her in mind. In which case, we all can look at them as a form inspiration instead. If you’re in the mood for some colorblock strappy sandals just like Lady Gaga’s, here a couple of options to consider depending on your budget:
DSQUARED2 Colorblock Strappy Sandals, $1040
Jean-Michel Cazabat for Sophie Thealett Rita Suede Sandals, $486.50 (was $695)
ALDO Sevelalla Colorblock Sandals, $90