Strange Cvlt Shoe Collection
Today I’m sharing my Strange Cvlt Shoe Collection with you. I don’t own a ton of shoes from Strange Cvlt, but I’ve picked up a few over the past year. I’m definitely lusting after more! In case it needs to be said, all of these shoes were purchased by me and as always, all opinions are my own. Every shoe purchased is a size 8. I tend to wear 7.5 to 8, depending on how the shoe is made.
Strange Cvlt is a gothic indie shoe fashion brand. They state that they use vegan leather. You can find them online at Strange Cvlt.
Please excuse my feet. I’m in desperate need of a professional pedicure, but because of what’s going on in Florida, I’ve not been to the salon since March. I have no plans of going to get a professional pedicure until I know things are safe. So instead, I’ve been trying at-home peels, pumice stones, and painting my toes myself.
Betty Black Bat Sandals
I own the Strange Cvlt Betty Black Bat Sandals in size 8. I don’t think my feet are exceptionally wide or narrow, I think they’re fairly average these days. These sandals were $45.
I think the white contrast stitching looks nice against the black shoes and bat, though all black would look fabulous too.
Purple Bat Sandals
The purple bat sandals are the same as the black in price, sizing, and fit. I find that this style of sandal is very loose on my foot. I’m going to reach out to my bestie Carlye to see what she recommends I do to help them stay on my feet better. I love how my bat sandals look but I’m not used to wearing shoes in this specific style as I normally hate things between my toes.
Wondering what to wear with bat sandals? Check out my Summer Gothic Lookbook for Gothic Fashion Inspiration!
Lydia Bat Flat All Black
I LOVE my Lydia Black Bat Flats! These are actually the Strange Cvlt shoes that I’ve worn the most. They’re simple, comfortable, and go with everything. Sometimes shoes in this style will give me blisters at the heel, but no so with this pair. The flats were $60.
Eloise Jack o’ Lantern Heel
I haven’t had a chance to wear the Eloise Jack o’ Lantern Heel more than twice, and only around the house. However, this style of shoe is very comfortable for me. No blisters at the heel, which is a problem I sometimes have with heels in general. I’ve added the Bat shoes in this style to my wish list. These heels were $90.
I have a super cute Halloqueen outfit I’ve built based around these shoes that I need to share with you.
Green Velvet Spirit Boots
The Green Velvet Spirit Boots are stunning! I love every single detail that went into these boots. They’re insanely comfortable as well. I’m really picky when it comes to boots and I’ve gotten rid of almost all of my boots (and shoes really) that aren’t comfortable to wear. I realized all the uncomfortable shoes were just sitting in my closet taking up space, I’d bitch if I had to wear them, so I should let them go. Thankfully, these boots are keepers! They were $120, but marked down to $100, and then I used the code FB20 to save an additional $20 off, making these a steal at $80.
These boots do not give me blisters at all, which is amazing, as most boots (aside from my beloved Taos Crave Boots) end up giving me blisters when I break them in.
My Strange Cvlt Shoe Collection
Overall, my Strange Cvlt Shoe Collection is small but I love it. The heels, flats and boots are insanely comfortable to wear. I personally like the pointy toe boots the best, as I love pointed toe shoes, and most in that style pinch my feet. These boots do not! I would love to see the Eloise Heels and Lydia Flats with a pointed toe.
Have you tried Strange Cvlt? How do you feel about pointy toe shoes? Which pair is your favorite?