We love a trend that we can easily replicate with items we already own - but not when those items are usually kept in our fridge.
As such, we're not sure the trend of making a pair of high heels out of a stale cheese sandwich is going to catch on.
Fashion student Lisa Dillon from Bath Spa University designed and made a pair 'Jimmy Cheese' shoes using bread and West Country cheddar.
Stinky shoes: Zoe Bolton models the Jimmy Cheese high heels made from a stale cheddar sandwich
The shoes aim, not entirely successfully, to prove that stinky feet and high fashion make a tasty combination.
The budding fashionista sculpted ablock of cheddar to make the heel, and a stale cheese sandwich was used for part of the platform sole.
The front of the shoe was moulded from more cheddar and extra cheese was melted and shaped to embellish the design.
Dillon's cheesey footwear is part of a range by students from Bath Spa University.
Cheesy accessory: The shoes will be displayed at the 2011 Royal Bath & West Show to promote the region's cheese
They will be displayed at the 2011 Royal Bath & West Show to promote the region's cheese.
Pilgrims Choice Cheddar commissioned the range using their own cheese to launch a national 'cheese couture; competition.
Spokeswoman Hannah Jenkins said: 'Our sponsorship of the National Cheese Awards has become the high point of the year for consumers and visitors to the Show who love cheese.
Measuring up the competition: Pilgrims Choice Cheddar commissioned the range using their own cheese to launch a national 'cheese couture' award
'We had an incredible response from the public last year to our Cheese Sculpture Awards Class, where we show-cased the World's largest cheese sculpture ever recognised.
'This year, we are set to go one step further and I can promise visitors they won't be disappointed!
The shoes can be seen at The Royal Bath and West Show from 1 to 4 June at the Bath & West Showground at Shepton Mallet in Somerset.