Back in my college days, I would often have second thoughts about my chosen major, computer science & engineering. Although there was never a wait for the bathroom stalls of the engineering building due to the insanely high ratio of male:female in the engineering classes (it was only time in my entire life where the boys had a longer wait time than the girls), more often than not the classes and material weren’t interesting enough to me.
How I wish the professors would have taken a cue from the YSL Spring 2009 runway! In graphics, if I were given an assignment to create a 3-D wireframe of the YSL heels below, I surely would have excelled. In physics, if I were asked to measure the pressure and force exerted on the heel, I would have been a much more devoted student than I was.
School aside, I love the practicality of this shoe. In a season where shoes have been soaring to new heights, it’s downright refreshing to see shoes which dare I say, might actually be walkable? Chunky heels are often too bulky for my tastes, but the thin metal/ lattice work structured heels helped offset the thickness of the heel and help with balance. I’m also a fan of the cage fishnet on the vamp and around the ankle. Toes might accidentally get caught in the netting when putting on the shoe, but the waffle grid lines sure are neat
Images via Style.com