Where To Buy Zendaya’s Shoe Line If You Want To Channel The Celeb’s Style — PHOTOS
This former Disney star is moving on up in the world, from the small screen to the fashion runway. Whether actress Zendaya is standing up for herself or talking about feminism, the 19-year-old has already got it going on. In the latest Zendaya news, the star has again teamed up with her longtime stylist Law Roach to launch another shoe line. If you're wondering where to buy Zendaya's Daya shoe line, get ready to head to one specific store.
The collection is of course nicknamed after the star herself with the short and sweet name Daya. The collection is already available at Nordstrom and is filled with a ton of your favorite on-trend styles go for a reasonable price range from $69-109. I could definitely see Zendaya rocking one of her own pairs as the styles include lace-up stilettos, pointy flats, strappy sandals, and even peep-toe booties.
So what exactly made Zendaya want to create a shoe line of her own? In an interview with Glamour, she says she was inspired by the women in her life. "I have big sisters, my mom, my older niece who's in college, and my little nieces who are soon going to start wearing heels and want to go to school dances," she said in the interview. "Also, I was that girl with working parents who couldn't afford Louboutins and wanted a great shoe to wear to my 8th grade dance. But that wasn't available or they seemed cheap and felt like a knockoff. There's a market for really 'luxury' looking and feeling shoes at a good price point."
The girl is right about that! If you're looking for your next great shoe to wear to a dance or a wedding, look no further than some of the styles from the new Daya collection:
1. Aaron Pointy Toe Pump
Perfect for a summer-to-fall transition, this lace up, pointy heel is definitely #shoegoals. P.S. The pair also comes in black and nude.
2. Adrian Pointy Toe Flat
This pair is so versatile, you can wear them to the office and then to an after-work happy hour.
3. Albert Strappy Cutout Bootie
The metallic straps complement the suede-like bottom of the shoes to make this pair a two-in-one trend shoe.
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