Jordyn Woods goes shoe shopping for heels that sparkle – Footwear News

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A new season calls for new pieces. But in Jordyn Woods’ case, that means new shoes. On Monday, the social media influencer took her followers along as she went shopping. “I had a little retail therapy today, which one do you think I went with?” she captioned the upload.

For the outing, Woods donned a neon green tracksuit. Her outfit consisted of a hoodie, back sweatpants, and a matching top. She accessorized with a bright orange fuzzy handbag.

The style maven continued to add a pop of color with the Yeezy Boost 700 sneakers in “Faded Azure” colorway. The vibrant turquoise hue covered most of the upper with a layered construction crafted from mesh, suede and leather. The monochromatic design is broken up by blue and beige mesh inserts atop the box, while reflective detailing adds a high-visibility element to the layered construction. There’s responsive cushioning in a Boost midsole, housed in a sculpted PU support and made visible through cutouts in the herringbone traction rubber outsole. The popular sneaker is currently selling for $300 on StockX.

The video eventually continued with Woods trying on a slew of pointy-toe pumps ranging from classic colors like navy to slingback, metallic and shimmer. Pointed toe pumps have become a staple for many celebrities. The pull-on style easily adapts to a variety of looks, while the construction feels luxurious and durable.

When it comes to fashion, Woods has an edgy sartorial aesthetic. She’s become everyone’s favorite It-Girl because she’s never afraid to take risks and knows how to incorporate an element of texture into every look. She made a name for herself in the fashion industry by walking in shows for Christian Siriano and Chromat and even starred in campaigns for Good American and Yeezy. The socialite is also known for her unmistakable style of footwear consisting of fashionable sneakers, elegant pumps, embellished loafers, lightweight sandals and fun mules.

Click through the gallery to see Woods’ style through the years.

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