A gorgeous pair of shoes can take your look to a whole new level and even help your confidence. Some celebrities with huge shoe collections try to create their own, hoping to deliver that It factor to fashion forward shoppers.
Take a look at some of the best celebrity shoe lines, and decide which fits your style and budget best, from Sarah Jessica Parker’s $300+ pumps to more casual options from fashion powerhouse Jessica Simpson.
SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker’s second shoe collection for Norsdstrom would definitely meet Carrie Bradshaw’s standards.
SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker was developed by the actress with the help of Manolo Blahnik CEO, George Malkemus, and many shoes have been named after important people in her life, including “Sex and the City” costume designer Patricia Field and SJP’s hair stylist Serge Normant. You won’t find anything cheaper than $200, and expect to pay over $600 for Parker’s stylish boots.
Dereon by Beyoncé
With a much more reasonable price point, between $50 and $100, Dereon shoes are part of House of Dereon, the fashion brand Beyoncé and her mother started in 2004. When it comes to cool designs for a budget, it’s definitely one of the best celebrity shoe lines, featuring everything from classic pumps to more edgy booties.
GX by Gwen Stefani
After more than a decade of designing under her L.A.M.B. label, Gwen Stefani also created a capsule collection for Shoedazzle.com. Unlike her $100-500 L.A.M.B. shoes, the new collection is priced around $50, and features the same daring designs, ranging from pumps to platforms.
House of Harlow 1960 by Nicole Richie
If boho chic is more up your alley, then one of the best celebrity shoe lines is Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow 1960. Mixing retro sensibilities with a modern twist, the shoe collection features everything from trendy flip-flops ($40) to sandals and booties with a price tag of over $100.
JLO by Jennifer Lopez
Another shoe fanatic, Jennifer Lopez created a line of shoes that features both glamorous and more casual designs. Competively priced, JLO shoes won’t cost you more than $70, and you can choose from cute peep-toe pumps to shiny heels and sandals, along with cute ankle booties.
HK by Heidi Klum
If you’re looking for more understated glamor, HK by Heidi Klum is definitely one of the best celebrity shoe lines. The model turned TV host has often included designs from “Project Runway” contestants in her clothing line, but her shoes don’t take many risks. From platform sandals to cute booties and suede boots, Klum’s shoes will set you back around $100-200.
Fergalicious by Fergie / Fergie Footwear
With two footwear labels, Fergie definitely knows how to win the hearts of shoppers. Priced in between $30 and $140, her footwear collections range from cute flats to wedge sandals and boots. Growing as a designer, Fergie is especially talented at creating gorgeous ankle booties, bringing fresh ideas into the saturated celebrity fashion market.
Truth or Dare by Madonna
Launched in 2012, Madonna’s Truth or Dare ended up as one of the best celebrity shoe lines thanks to Arianne Phillips, frequent collaborator and award winning costume designer. Madonna’s shoes will set you back around $70-100, and range from cute flats to edgy pumps, featuring fresh ideas for a stunning mix of retro and modern.
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Jessica Simpson Shoes
Expanding her fashion business into footwear in 2006 with the help of Nine West co-founder Vince Camuto, Jessica Simpson has built quite an impressive brand, and her shoe lines are aimed at trendy, young shoppers. With prices from under $50 to $200, her shoe collection includes cute pumps, trendy flats and stylish booties.
Ivanka Trump Collection
After debuting in 2010, the Ivanka Trump Collection quickly became one of the best celebrity shoe lines thanks to excellent price-quality ratio. Aimed at a shopper on a budget (everything except boots under $150) but with high end taste, Ivanka Trump’s shoes share the same sophistication as her jewelry line, but are a lot more affordable.