Kiernan Shipka took a hard-hitting — and comfortable — step forward in New York City this week.
While strolling around the Big Apple on Wednesday afternoon, the ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ star was spotted in a black polo shirt and two-tone knit shorts, adorned with a magenta and lavender checkerboard print. Adding simple, elevated details to her ensemble was a thin gold ring and a matching paperclip chain necklace.
As for shoes, Shipka continued her colorful streak in a vibrant set of Ugg slides. Her $130 Maxi Checks style featured padded tops with a puffy texture thanks to the quilting, covered in a retro checkerboard print hued in pinks, greens, blues, oranges and yellows. Shipka’s shoes were completed with 2.5-inch platform soles with neon pink sheepskin insoles and Eva midsoles, providing plush comfort and a vibrant pop of color.
Slides like Shipka’s are a comfortable footwear trend this year, with slip-on slides offering added comfort and ease thanks to textures and plush cushioning. Platform styles enhance the silhouette with a playful and whimsical increase in height, as seen in new pairs from Ganni, Marni and Staud. Simon Miller has particularly tackled the trend with an open mind this summer, releasing numerous vegan styles with chunky platforms and foam insoles in a range of hues, including orange, blue, green and green. metallic silver.
Shipka’s shoe style often ranges from elegant to whimsical. The actress often wears elegant heeled sandals and pumps – regularly accented with color and jewels – from various brands, including Valentino, Jimmy Choo and Christian Louboutin. Her casual attire is decidedly more casual, with trainers, platform oxfords and flat sandals from Birkenstock, Stella McCartney and Nike.
Shipka has been part of the fashion world since her starring role as Sally Draper in “Mad Men” at age 8, attending fashion shows for brands like Coach, Loewe and 3.1 Phillip Lim. She has also starred in campaigns as a muse for Rodarte and Fendi over the years.
Check out Shipka’s shoe style over the years in the gallery.