You already know, don't you, that shoe designers bestow names on each of their creations? Sometimes the name is historical, like the Ferragamo Audrey, named for fashion muse Audrey Hepburn. Sometimes it's geographical: Donald J Pliner named this skimmer "Haifa," and who's to say he shouldn't? Sometimes the name is whimsical, as with most of Stuart Weitzman's styles: say Beltitout slowly.
But when it came time for the naming gnomes at the shoe manufacturer Elle to dub the shoe pictured here--a driving moccasin, it's important to note--they abandoned all precedent. And common sense. For reasons best known to them and their caseworkers, they chose to call the style "Nervous."
Both hands on the steering wheel, please.