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Iron Throne shoes

Get ready for this Sunday’s Game of Thrones season four finale by wearing appropriate footwear: Iron Throne shoes! This striking design is by artist Nixxi Rose, and it looks both fierce and stabby. You can wait to see if Rose offers these kingly shoes for sale, or you can make your own version with heels or flats, cocktail picks shaped like swords, and some paint.

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Geeky weddings can be classy affairs, and Chris and Ann’s fancy Star Wars-themed nuptials are proof. The bride wore custom painted R2-D2 heels that may be the best Star Wars shoes I’ve ever seen—but that’s not all. The groom’s cake looked like a Star Wars: The Old Republic lightsaber, the main cake featured Star Wars symbols, they used a lightsaber cake cutter, and gave away wedding favors in Rebel Alliance orange (it’s an official color) bags.

Can I sign up on a list to be invited to all the geeky weddings ever?

Photos by Pink Posh Photography.

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This unbelievable footwear was made by Japanese designer Masaya Kushino as a part of his Bird-Watched collection. It was inspired by artist Jakuchu Ito who painted real animals in unique ways back in the Edo period of the 18th century.

Masaya makes custom women’s shoes inspired by nature, and although some of his designs can’t be worn and are intended only for ogling, these pieces are actually wearable. They’re currently on display at the Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art and will be making their way to the US where you’ll be able to see them later on this year at the Brooklyn Museum.

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Whether you need fancy footwear for a fun geeky outfit or shoes for an occasion like prom or the wedding, Etsy seller Death Star Doll has you covered. She not only makes nerdy shoes, she makes super classy designs. Her Wonder Woman, Star Wars, and Pulp Fiction designs look like they were printed that way instead of modified. It’s seriously impressive.

She takes custom orders and turnaround time is two weeks.

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unicorn shoe

You don’t need to sprinkle fairy dust on your toes to make your feet more magical, you just need to buy heels adorned with a fantastical creature. These striking unicorn heels are part of Irregular Choice’s upcoming spring/summer 2014 release. They’re rather dazzling. I love that they are both covered in sparkly gold stars and also have unicorn heads instead of pointy heels. Please note the unicorn’s horn is also gold and shiny.

Note: no actual unicorns were harmed in the production of these shoes… as far as we know.

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These Adventure Time heels are almost too pretty to wear. They’re handpainted and made-to-order in your specified size with an all-over design that includes Finn, Jake, BMO and more. There’s even a rainbow of Swarovski crystals covering each heel.

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If you want to add some bold colors to your feet, look no further than these stylin’ Pantone chip heel designs by Christian Goldemann. He wants to work with Christian Louboutin and Pantone Universe to make them real. Yes, the Pumptone line is just a concept for now, but I don’t see how Pantone could resist this hot design. They are a no-brainer anyone that likes colorful heels, and one would hope that they would be successful enough for the line could be extended to include flat ballet type shoes and maybe sneakers. I’m dreaming big.

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The perfect shoes for tearing up the dance floor, or chewing it up as it were. These shark shoes are designed to look just like the toothy creatures, including a little suede tail and side fin. They’ve also got jeweled eyes and a set of white leather teeth surrounding the toe all complemented by a sparkly sequined heel.

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mlp shoes

I admit, I’m not real sure how I feel about these.

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star wars wedge heels

The tricky thing about covering heels in comic book images is that there isn’t tons of room. That’s not the case when you use wedge heels though! Etsy seller Decko Fab uses the larger canvas to make a statement with these Star Wars heels. They feature the stars of the original trilogy as well as Clone Troopers and a lightsaber wielding Yoda. They’re decoupaged, and you can place custom orders for shoes featuring your favorite comics or magazines.

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