Is it Tznius for women/girls to wear Crocs?
Depends what color. Pink is not, beige is not, but dark green is.
Why would you think they are not tznius?
what about natives?
Same as sneakers.
Don’t make yourself crazy worrying that a certain brand of casual shoes are more of a tzinius concern than others….crocs are common sense shoes that don’t call attention as much as some bright colored fashionista heels and pumps that I see all over BP and Willy on Shabbos (not that I spend shabbosim wandering around BP and Willy secretively focusing on women’s feet).
dont know about tznius, but they certainly are holy.
Bright colors are okay. Beige and pink make you look like you have swollen bare feet.
She should never wear them with an alligator purse.
No mixing of species
They cover your feet. Check.
Do you feel modest when you wear them?
Why can’t a native wear Crocs but a non-native can?
I hate crocs. I really don’t find them comfortable.
And they make it very difficult to run in the event that you are being chased by a hyena.
Natives don’t usually have that problem.
They are very bad “shoes” too wear.
They give the idea of support without actually providing any support at all.
Cannot see why they are not “tznius,” but in this case one must certainly consider health, and not really worry about their “tznius.”
I broke my foot while stepping down from a 1 ft. height onto slightly uneven ground, while wearing them.
Possibly, to use as kafkafim , inside the home, they are not bad but please, for health sake, do not trust them outdoors.
when was the last time you saw a croc that covered its elbows and knees? then again, do crocs have elbows and knees?
Crocs come in different styles and different levels of support.
“Pink is not”
🙁 What if I never wear them further than the garbage bin except on Tisha B’Av and Yom Kippur?
“Beige and pink make you look like you have swollen bare feet.”
If they are bright pink and/or you are wearing socks, they don’t.
What is wrong wiith pink? I take the example of HGRMF who wore a pink shirt in the famous Yeshiva of Staten Island photo. I look good (and feel pretty) in pink. Unfortunately mine succumbed to the laundry, and they are hard to find in Yerushalim. Maybe it is the aversion to red, which is a chumra that cropped up along the way. And maasim bechol yom that women wear pink.
Well first of all, pink is ugly, so men will think that you have reasons that you must uglify yourself. Second, there is no pink brighter than the pink of a pale person’s swollen skin.