Paris Jackson rocks bizarre toffee-colored trainers combined with a bohemian cream dress

Cheryl Kahla
Nov 06, 2018
06:40 P.M.
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The 20-year-old Paris Jackson turned heads when she arrived in toffee-colored trainers at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art event this week. 


Not one for a pair of high heels, Paris opted for a pair of Gucci trainers instead, similar to traditional hiking boots. 

She completed the look with a beaded and turquoise ankle bracelet. Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. Photos of the trainers can be viewed below. 

Paris drew inspiration from the bohemian flair and chose a long-sleeved cream-colored for the event with diamante detail on the cuffs. 


The dress also had an intricate lace and diamond collar, and she matched it with a delicate white belt with brass buckle. 

The Gucci trainers, also known as the Flashtrek, retails for £1080, approximately $1415. 


Gucci has been championing the trend for a while now, so it's hardly surprising that their kicks are at the forefront of the comfy shoe revolution.

If that is too pricey, cheaper alternatives can be purchased from MyTheresa, Ego, and Farfetch, ranging in prices from £39 to £775 ($51 - $1015.)


Paris also made headlines back in October when she accused of being mean to a fan via direct messages. 


The fan, known as "BabeHorror666" on Instagram, shared screengrabs of the messages, and described the incident as childish. Another user, Jacksoncrowned, wrote: 

"Paris Jackson has become so rude with her fans, and she treats them as they are trash for [expletive] reason, but she can't understand one thing that they were there for her before anyone else."


She then went on to say that most of Paris' fans are "very childish and immature," citing that as her reason for leaving "this senseless fandom."

After the debacle went down, Paris shared screengrabs of the messages to her Instagram story with the caption: "when you tell someone to be their genuine self, and they call you a bully." 

Her other other Instagram stories in the series can be viewed here