Woman shows off her huge Crocs collection where she has more than 150 pairs of shoes
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Crocs are one of those divisive elements of society where there are strong voices on both sides.
People either love them with a passion or they absolutely loathe them and would happily watch an entire stockpile burned to the ground.
Rayann is definitely in that first group and is a self-described 'Croc Queen'.
You can imagine someone who really loves the squishy clog might have a maximum of five of them in their closet.
They come in a bunch of different colours and you can style them with loads of jibbitz (little things that you can attach to the front of the shoe).
However, this Canadian woman has way more than five.
According to the Daily Mail, Rayann has a whopping 159 pairs of Crocs and she's not slowing down anytime soon.
She bought 50 pairs in 2022 alone and has managed to acquire more than 700 jibbitz.
The Croc Queen shows off her incredible collection on TikTok, where she's regularly bombarded with questions about her love for the divisive clog.
Her assembly of Crocs is now so large that she can't fit them all onto one wall or frame for TikTok.
She would nearly be able to wear a different one every two days for a whole year.
Rayann admitted there are some pairs of Crocs she's never even worn.
However, she wants to change that by challenging herself to wear a different set everyday until her feet has broken in every single one.
But, while you might think Rayann is in a league of her own by liking Crocs, it seems the shoe is having a big revival at the most unlikely of events.
It’s become an increasingly popular trend that brides are opting for foam clogs rather than rocking a pair of stilettos on their special day.
People who wear Crocs for work purposes praise the shoe for being incredibly comfortable, so you can't blame the bride for wanting to relax so they can dance the night away.
Many brides on social media have posted themselves wearing the glittery clog recently, including TikTok user emlaycockx,
who even shared a step-by-step video of how she decorated her crocs before her nuptials.
It took her 10 hours to create her wedding masterpiece and she loved the end result.
However, the video left many divided, as one person wrote: “Please no...why would you want to wear them to your wedding?!!!”
Another said: “Why would you do this?”
While a third chimed in: “I want wedding crocs for the school run.”
Hey, everyone has their idea on what constitutes as 'style', and if it makes them happy then who are we to judge.