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The coolest shoe release of 2020 may just be — a Croc drop? You better believe it, because these chunky foam platforms are coming for your wallet.
Crocs released a new shoe tailor made for Gen Z — and anyone who wishes they were born in Gen Z. The Classic Bae Crocs look like the standard Crocs you are used to with one major difference: the Crocs come complete with a 2.4 inch platform, making them the absolute baddest baes on the block.
The shoes are made of the same light, comfortable foam material the brand is famous for, and they’re available in six different colors. The height and chunky appearance of the clogs make them reminiscent of the dad shoe trend, while also capitalizing on the platform trend. It’s a match made in shoe heaven.
Since first seeing the Classic Bae Crocs, I can’t seem to get them off my mind. The styling possibilities are truly endless and they are, dare I say, actually incredibly fashionable. Influencers with early access to the shoes have already styled them with cuffed jeans, silk dresses, and mini skirts. They’re truly the best compliment to casual Gen Z style.
“These are ICONIC,” one reviewer writes. “People are either obsessed or hate them. That’s why I love them.”
Love them or hate them, the Classic Bae Crocs are here to stay. If you thought Crocs were only for gardeners or nurses, think again. These shoes are about to infiltrate Gen Z culture in the realest way.
Shop: Women’s Crocs Classic Bae Clog in Black, $54.99
Shop: Women’s Crocs Classic Bae Clog in White, $54.99
Shop: Women’s Crocs Classic Bae Clog in Neo Mint, $54.99
Shop: Women’s Crocs Classic Bae Clog in Electric Pink, $54.99
Shop: Women’s Crocs Classic Bae Clog in Sunshine, $54.99
Shop: Women’s Crocs Classic Bae Clog in Cantalope, $54.99
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