Looks like Gwen Stefani is infatuated with red shoes this week. The singer was spotted wearing a couple of red kicks several times these past few days.
On Tuesday, she stepped out in an odd leather ensemble punctuated with a pair of red hi-top sneakers. The following day, she wore the same shoes with jeans and a holey shirt. The The Voice judge was then spotted in a pair of red patent boots come Thanksgiving. And after that, she went to Disneyland with her family in the red sneakers again. In a nutshell, red high-cut shoes are Gwen’s current faves.
Gwen Stefani runs errands in Burbank, California, while decked in a pair of red hi-top sneakers, November 24, 2015
Gwen spotted at a photo shoot in Los Angeles while in the same pair of sneakers, November 25, 2015
Gwen spends Thanksgiving with her family in a pair of red patent boots, November 26, 2015
Gwen spends time with her family in Disneyland, California, while decked in the same sneakers, November 27, 2015
What are your thoughts on Gwen’s taste in footwear these days? She’s definitely feelin’ the red. Yes?
I can’t blame her, of course. Red shoes are statement-making footwear. They’re perfect if you want to amp up your style with minimum effort.
Gwen’s red hi-top sneakers are the Puma MiHarayasuhiro My 66 Wedge Sneakers in orange and white. They’re no longer available, but here’s a closer look nonetheless:
Puma MiHarayasuhiro My 66 Wedge Sneakers in Orange/White, Sold out
Do you like how they look or do you think they’re too bulky? They’re actually orange-red, not true red as I initially thought. If you like the silhouette, the blue version is still available:
Puma MiHarayasuhiro My 66 Wedge Sneakers in Blue/White, $80 (was $120)
As for Gwen’s red glossy boots, those I couldn’t find. But I did come across a similar style from BCBGMaxAzria, though not in red; and it comes with furry add-ons. Check it out below:
If you buy the pair this weekend, you can get them at 50% off. In my dictionary, that’s already quite a steal. If you’re not fond of furry trimmings, best to cut off the pompoms.