Spring Wedge Sneakers from Ash

February 12, 2013

in Ash shoes, Sneakers , Wedges

Wedge sneakers are oh-so-on-trend right now and no brand does them better than Ash.  Somewhat responsible for creating this trend, Ash wedge sneakers are popular amongst celebs and non-celebs alike.  In spring colored pastels as well as neutrals and metallics, Jildor Shoes is certain to have a wedge sneaker that you can’t live without!

Black Wedge Sneaker

Malin Akerman

Ash Thelma Wedge Sneaker

A pregnant Malin Akerman stepped out earlier this week in her Ash Thelma Wedge Sneakers.  The buckles somehow lend a retro vibe to the sneakers that can be worn with nearly everything.  Super cute and casual chic with dark denim skinnies, these will also be great with your favorite bright jeans as well.  Ash sneakers make the perfect spring footwear!

Bright Wedge Sneaker

Jessica Alba

Ash Bowie Wedge Sneaker

Jessica Alba pairs her Ash Bowie Wedge Sneakers with light skinny jeans, blazer and peach top.  For spring, take a bold step forward and opt to don the peach on your feet.  Because of the darker undertones on this particular shoe, this bold color actually compliments other brighter hues, including the lighter peach top Alba is wearing.  When in doubt, pair this Ash wedge with neutrals, black, brown or white.

Metallic Wedge Sneaker

Julianne Hough

Ash Cool-Ter Wedge Sneaker

Julianne Hough wears silver Ash sneakers similar to the Ash Cool-Ter Wedge Sneakers with an all white ensemble looking super chic.  Metallic Ash sneakers are just a little bit edgier lending a casual-glam vibe to any outfit.  As Hough demonstrates, they look great with a monochromatic outfit but would of course look great sported with any color currently in your wardrobe.

Ash wedge sneakers are such a trendy way to don casual chic this spring.  Pairing well with jeans, leggings and even a just-right longer casual skirt, you can’t go wrong Ash!  Check out the entire selection available at Jildor Shoes!

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