Most Unique Shoes Worn at the 2017 Oscars


Everyone looked stunning last night at the 2017 Oscars. It was amazing how every tuxedo and dress had their own personal twist on it.  One accessory that really stood out to me while watching last nights Academy Awards was the shoes.

Here are a couple of shoes that really stood out to me.

Sunny Pawar

Sunny Pawar  looked so handsome yet adorable in his green, black, and yellow sneakers. foc-facesunny-pawar-lion-oscars-movie-5-sneakers

Naomi Harris 

Naomi Harris looked absolutely stunning in this white high low gown. Her yellow and silver shoes were so unique yet beautiful. This is one of the shoes that will be a takeway from the Oscars. I hope to see shoes in a similar style available in stores for Spring 2017.


Alicia Vikander

Alicia Vikander wore these beatiful black strapped heels alongside her black lace Christian Louis Vuitton gown. The solid black straps on her heels made a real statement to her textured dress.alicia-vikander-shoes-oscars-red-carpet-2017

Felicity Jones

Felicity wore these beatiful gold Christian Louboutin heels with her champagne dress. The toe strap, the bright red bottoms, and gold broche on top the heels are to die for.


Andrew Garfield 

Garfield looked like a stud last night in his Black and White Tom Ford Suit. More importanly, his shoes although all black were two different textures with the patent and smooth leather.  It was the most unique dress shoes of the night.


Seth Rogen

Although these sneakers weren’t the shoes he wore on the Red Carpet, the futeristic sneakers he wore while presenting were amazing. The whole time he was  presenting all I could think of is where he got those shoes from. These “Back To The Future” Nike Sneakers are shoes that are so different, and anyone can get their hands on.



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