Uk News I've just bought a pair of Crocs, but that's not a fashion crime because now they're cool again United Kingdom news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Whether because of lockdown comfort or celebrity collaborations, Crocs are treading softly back into our lives
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! While stuck indoors over the past year I have committed many, many fashion sins: velour tracksuits, sandals in the winter, the same T-shirt worn three days in a row and so many pairs of leggings. But I fear that I may have just seized the Holy Grail of sartorial crimes. Because as I write, somewhere in the UK a courier is winging his way to my house to deliver a pair of Crocs.Remember them? Those rubbery clogs that were all the rage in the late noughties. Maybe you still have some you keep by the door to wear when you take out the bins or water the geraniums. Or maybe you’re a nurse or dentist or chef and you wear Crocs for work because they’re practical and comfortable. The i newsletter latest news and analysisEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.I, however, have bought them because I have been convinced by many articles and Instagram influencers that the world’s ugliest shoe is cool once again.“2021 is set to be the year of the Croc”, declared the website Who What Wear in December, while GQ ran an article titled “We can’t believe it, either: Crocs are cool now”. The fashionistas Susie Bubble and Karoline Dall have both worn Crocs on their Instagram pages, as have superstar singers Pharrell Williams and Ariana Grande. When Priyanka Chopra Jonas was announced as the face (rather than feet) of the brand last year, I giggled; now I lust after the black bedazzled platform versions she paired with an Emilia Wickstead gown.
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. You can even get (knock-off) clogs for your dog.But I am not an influencer nor a celebrity. I am a journalist living under the grey skies of Manchester who has worn out three pairs of (admittedly cheap) slippers over the past 12 months. Will I regret my Crocs? I hope not – at £54.99 plus delivery, they’re not cheap. But at least I’m not alone: the company’s revenue soared by 56.5 per cent in 2020, making Crocs the unofficial shoe of the pandemic.I can’t wait to wear mine – the “Classic Bae” design in a “lime zest” colour – out in the real world. I have visions of picnics in the park and drinking in beer gardens clad in the comfiest, most daring shoes I own. After a long stretch following rules and having my love of fashion limited to sweatpants and hoodies, I’m champing at the bit to get my hooves in to some more experimental clobber.
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