Trendy Ash Shoes

January 18, 2013

in Ash shoes, Celebrity Fashion, Jildor Shoes

If you’re looking for a brand that’s always on the cutting edge of trends, look no further then Ash shoes. Ash practically started the wedge sneaker trend and they are still a go to brand for the style. They also offer studded slip-ons, futuristic sandals and western inspired ankle boots for your wearing pleasure. Here are some of our favorite, recent Ash styles. We must say, we’re a big fan of the wedge sneaker – sporty and sexy.

Black Wedge Sneakers

Isla Fisher

Ash Bea

Actress Isla Fisher of films including ‘Confessions of a Shopaholic’ and ‘Wedding Crashers’ wears¬†black wedge sneakers while walking around Santa Monica, CA, with daughters Olive and Elula. She pairs the casual wedges, similar to styles offered by Ash Sneakers , with animal print denim and a fun fedora. Did you know that lovely Isla is married to Sasha Baron Cohen of ‘Borat’ fame?

Studded Wedge Sneakers

Jennifer love Hewitt

Ash Bowie

This outfit is bright and basic, what better way to top it off then with fun, neutral wedge sneakers?  These suede/canvas Ash Bowie sneakers are quite classy, and the perfect mix of trendy and wearable. We can easily imagine both super star celebs and stylish students sporting them effortlessly. Jen makes a great choice with her Ash sneakers, and you should too. There are dozens (probably hundreds) of knockoffs available, but if you want quality and a brand you can trust, go Ash shoes all the way.

Brown Ankle Boots

Jessica Alba

Ash Nevada

Actress Jessica Alba strolls around L.A. with her youngest daughter, Haven. She stays cozy in colorful cords and an oversized sweater topped off with trendy ankle boots similar to the Ash Nevada. These Ash boots are this seasons must have style, with a twist. Everyone is rocking western inspired suede boots right now, but these do one better and add just the right amount of studs. Bland is boring, add some edge to your wardrobe with these pretty, punky boots.

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