Fergie at Macy’s in New York on April 21.
Clockwise from top left: Reality in Sapphire, Barter in Black, Tremble in Green, Quilla in Clementine, and Bold in Black.
Photo: Getty Images/Courtesy of Fergie Footwear
Given Jessica Simpson and Carlos Santana’s incredible successes in the shoe department, it comes as no surprise that she of the consistently bronzed, obscenely shapely legs—Fergie—would be hot to trot into the game. And, what’s even more notable is that like Simpson and Santana, her reasonably priced offerings are not only totally accessible but cute. The spring/summer line is available at Macy’s or online (with most at just under $100) and there’s wedges, platforms and sandals galore. Check out what the shoes look like on display in real life (you can see the colors with some accuracy here) and for the whole collection, you can check her site but peep our top 5 (working from the top left).
We love this blue suede wedge sandal called “Reality” since the T-strap upper is large enough to not only be comfy but support the heel. You can pair this with high-waisted, denim flares for a retro feel, or it’d look just as cute with a vibrant midi skirt.
With the suggestively named “Barter,” we’re working with a mesh that’s supported with a double-looped strap. Note that the straps are padded and that the 2-inch platform on the front makes the teetering stiletto easier on your arch.
This stacked-heel, lace-up, open-toed clog is a no-brainer. You can wear the green “Tremble” with anything. Just as long as your pedi’s right and the burnished studs don’t clash with your accessories.
The “Quilla” in orange is the perfect summer shoe. The wedge means that you can navigate all sorts of BBQ terrain and the color pops against all types of breezy backdrops. Again, we’re working with a platform so you can run around town (or seaside resort) in the utmost comfort.
OK, this middle shoe called the “Bold” (I’ll say) is kinda an intense shoe. And by “intense” we mean we love it and are perfectly willing to wear these even with the most innocent of eyelet smocks. It’s all about the interplay and juxtapositioning, people.