Lisa Rinna Wore Shoes Made from Vintage Rugs and We Want Them Now

Lisa Rinna Wore Shoes Made from Vintage Rugs and We Want Them Now

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills beauty is sitting back in a pair of unconventional French kicks.

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Lisa Rinna Is a True Style Queen

We officially can't keep up with Lisa Rinna's amazing style transformations anymore. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills momager has spent the summer switching up her bold fashion and beauty looks at breakneck speed with appearances from "Chrissy", her new high pony wig and a slew of sultry ensembles throughout the season. But in a recent Instagram story, the Beverly Hills actress took things a little slower by wearing a laidback outfit of the day that featured the coziest summer slip-ons we ever did see. 

On August 25, Lisa shared a few pics and vids on her Instagram stories from her fun family weekend. Though we didn't get a glimpse of any of Lisa's skimpy bikinis, we did see a pair of unconventional slides that we absolutely need right now. In the shot, Lisa is lounging in a boat (as one does) wearing a pair of classic camouflage cargo pants and a set of textured, woven slides. The shoes are from French label Calla and they are anything but ordinary. According to the brand's site, "Each pair is handmade and unique, upcycled from vintage Boucharouite rugs." No two pairs of shoes are exactly alike, which makes the hard-to-find steppers that much more special.

Lisa Rinna

Our guess is that Lisa picked these stunners up when she was traveling to Paris with her model daughters, Amelia Gray Hamlin and Delilah Belle Hamlin, since they aren't available online. Looks like we need to book a ticket stat. 

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