Possibly something that Pat Butcher's or Bet Lynch's love child might wear if they spilt some pink paint over their shoes.
The shoes looks very masculine - apart from the pink leopardskin bits, but they were in fact being worn by a woman.
The Cat Woman
I'm sorry but do grown women really wear footwear with animals' faces on them?
What a Chequered past
Hmmmm, not exactly the most stylish shoes, but at least you stand out in a crowd with them on.
Jumpers for Trousers
From shoes we move up a little to a picture that Neil kindly took for me. He called me to say "I've just seen a woman who appears to be wearing a jumper as a pair of trousers" I thought the cold weather may have gone to his head, until I saw the wonderful combination below:
There even seems to be a giant safety pin as part of the look!
So, imagine my surprise when I found myself on South West Trains sitting opposite a woman who was the spitting image of Twiggy. She even had the Twiggy haircut. Only problem is that she was wearing a hideous bright pink wide belt, when everything else looked good and would have made Twiggy proud.
And the poor man with the Burberry scarf next to her. Luckily he's old enough to not look like a chav, but it must be a worry for people who wear Burberry or Burberry look-a-likes these days to not be associated with the chaviness that is Burberry right now. Did anyone see the programme on BBC2 a few weeks ago - "Burberry versus The Chavs" where Burberry discussed how they were trying to get round this image problem?