15 Of The Worst High Heel Designs, Ever.

Posted by Missy aka Tizzy in Fashion On 31st December 2017

The world of high fashion is truly amazing. The people who are involved are very imaginative. However, not all art is good art. High heel shoes can be considered a work of art when done properly, and a good pair can really make an outfit. Unfortunately, whoever made these shoes really missed the mark. These are all complete and total disasters.


BMW High Heels

We are not sure what makes these shoes worse. Is it the front end of what looks like a post-2006 3-series front end at the toe or the terrifying five to six-inch heel in the back?


Chains Heels

We assume that these shoes are meant to make some sort of statement. Are the chains meant to represent what holds us back in life? Either way, you would not catch me dead wearing these.


Too Much Going On at Once

These shoes start off looking pretty stylish in an 80s tacky kind of way. But, what is that platform made out of? Hay? Then, the beads on the "hay" seem to be bedazzled in a haphazard kind of way.


Fur & Claws

A lot of us have had at least one pair of fuzzy paw slippers in our life, but how do you feel about your heels having paws? They might be a good shoe if you are part of a dog show, but for anything else, we would have to pass.


Would You Wear These?

This particular pair of shoes is not necessarily bad. They are actually kind of cute if you could get over the fact that the beads look like tiny batteries.


Hoovey Heels

We wonder if they are as warm as they look. We are betting that these would be really popular in Japan as they seem to love anything furry or animal related there.


When You Cannot Decide

Personally, I could get down with a pair of shoes like these. They can bring a bit of class to your everyday jeans and a casual top.

Disco Shoes

This is one busy looking pair of shoes. It is hard to tell what is really happening here. There are feathers and beads everywhere, and is that a disco ball on the heel? Even more of a question, is that a bird on the front tip? Just, no.


Christmas High Heels

I am all for a little Christmas spirit, but these shoes just take that to a whole new level. I don't even think a Christmas fairy would want to rock these shoes. They take tacky to an entirely brand new level.

Sculpture Shoes

I bet you would never have expected to see a design like these. While the rest of the shoe looks like they are potentially really pretty shoes, the sculpture heels just ruin it.


Alien-Inspired Shoes

These shoes were designed in likeness to the movie Alien. They are quite terrifying, so they definitely hit that point from the movie. It is the incredibly high heel that scares us the most. It has to be at least eight inches.

Horror Movie Shoes

These shoes remind me of the monsters in a video game who had feet and shoes that looked like these. They just look incredibly painful to walk in. Heels will normally hurt your feet, but these will hurt your legs too.


Crocodile Shoes

Crocodile and Alligator shoes are not anything new, but these take them to an entirely new level. While these are definitely more interesting than those goat hoof shoes we showed you earlier, they are still a huge fashion no-no in our book.

The "Mojito" Shoe

These shoes were designed by a London-based architect, Julian Hakes. Out of all of the shoes we have showed you so far, these are the closest to actual high-fashion. They are a really cool design, but they seem to offer little support for the arch of the foot which would make them to be painful to wear for any long periods.


MyShell256 Modular High Heels

This appears to be some kind of attempt by a company to design a "modular" pair of high heel shoes. The idea is that you can easily modify the shoes by adding and removing certain bits, in order to better suit your outfit for the given day.