Ash Keeps us Classic with an Edge!

January 28, 2013

in Ankle Boots , Ash shoes, Ballet Flats , Boots , Celebrity Fashion, Flats , Jildor Shoes , Sneakers , Wedges

We all want shoes that are just a little bit different.  Shoes that possess that one special quality making them stand out without sending any crazy looks our way.  Fortunately, Ash has just the shoes you’re looking for.  With characteristics that lend an edgy appeal to their styles, their shoes work with a variety of apparel choices…from jeans to dresses, Ash has a perfect option for you!

Wedge Sneakers

Kourtney Kardashian

Ash Bea Wedge Sneaker

Kourtney Kardashian is casual chic in her Ash Bea Wedge Sneakers.  The perfect accessory to pair with leggings and a denim shirt, Ash sneakers easily work with not just leggings, but jeans, shorts and even skirts.  In a variety of designs and colors, you’re certain to find a pair you adore.

Suede Ankle Boots

Hilary Duff

Ash Nikita Ankle Boot

Hilary Duff opts for suede ankle boots with a leather ankle strap and rolled up skinnies.  These Ash Nikita Ankle Boots also come with cool leather double wrap ankle strap, lending a unique touch to what would otherwise be a standard ankle boot.  Pair the the stacked wedge Ash boots with denim now, or an uneven hemmed skirt later, for a modern-rustic vibe.

Embellished Flats

Miranda Kerr

Ash Intox Ballet Flat

Miranda Kerr is sweet in black ballet flats and a polka dot tank.  Super cute, no?  Give an otherwise sweet look a twist with Ash Intox Ballet Flats.  The femininity of the sequins is definitely downplayed by the hardness of the spikes.  These Ash flats are a fun way to add instant edginess to any outfit.

Ash has unending possibilities to add a super chic unique perspective to any outfit.  Each of their shoes are complete with small details, making their classic silhouettes stand out from similar styles.  Check out the amazing selection of Ash shoes available at Jildor Shoes.  Regardless of what you’re looking for, they’re certain to have something you love!

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