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Fashionistas have long ago adapted flip flops to the city and boldly combine them with the most unexpected things. However, not all experiments are successful. There are 6 stars in our material, who clearly put on flip flops out of place.
The possibilities of slippers today have become much wider, but clearly not to the extent that the athlete demonstrates in this picture. With an evening white dress, they look foreign, even despite the bright leopard print.
Eva Longoria also made an unsuccessful attempt to reconcile the incompatible. The strict silhouette of the dress and dense satin fabric visually argue with the "cheap" rubber flip flops, and the crystals with which the jumpers on the shoes are adorned make the outfit even more ironic.
Slippers in tandem with socks are the prerogative of the brave, but Kaley Cuoco clearly lacked insolence. The problem is that for such a combination, the star picked out irrelevant models of jeans and shoes, so the newfangled trick did not work, and the image as a whole looks like something very bad from the 2000s.
Losing a piece in two counts is easy. The actress is a master at this. The star stubbornly denies current trends and continues to dress in clothes from the past. Ripped low-set jeans with cuffs, a tight leather jacket, a shift of emphasis from the waist to the hips - flip-flops with flat soles managed to finish off an already bad combination. They visually made the lower part heavier and landed the figure, as a result of which Hilary began to look one size larger.
"Daddy's adiki" are popular with Western fashionistas. They use them to add brutality to the look, a summer alternative to rough boots. These slippers look spectacular with current sports-style sets or in contrast to the classics. But when paired with a voluminous, shapeless jumpsuit, they form a very strange symbiosis, it seems understandable only to Kate Hudson.