Teva x Jhene Aiko Sandal Collaboration

By  |  0 Comments


It girl of the moment Jhene Aiko has been on a roll with her collaborative album Twenty88 with Big Sean, performing, and also going on press tours and interviews. The petite bohemian chic-styled singer has more than vocals, as she has now partnered up with the Teva shoe brand to create the perfect summer sandals.

Teva, known for their sandals, shoes and boots decided to create a line with Miss Aiko that was true to her background.

“Blossoming from Jhené’s lifelong love of travel, adventure and self-discovery, the Teva x Jhené Aiko collection is built with the adventurous soul in mind” —teva.com

Consumers of Teva and fans of Jhene who plan on buying from the collection, can expect an array of sandals. with each one being different when it comes to their cut. One thing to expect from all of the sandals for sure is their colorful woven straps.

Teva stated:

“The woven upper straps draw inspiration from the friendship bracelets Jhené and her siblings grew up making, and the color palette is pulled straight from the natural world that so inspires Jhené’s music.”

 

via racked.com

via racked.com

 

 

via footwearnews.com

via footwearnews.com

 

 

via billboard.com

via billboard.com

 

 

via footwearnews.com

via footwearnews.com

Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse

My name is Anaja Smith, a Sophomore at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus majoring in Broadcast Journalism. At my university, I am apart of NABJ as the Membership Chair position, SeeYouWeekly (a broadcasting organization), and Women of Color which promotes unity and sisterhood for women on campus. I love everything fashion related whether it is clothes, makeup, bags, or simply looking to celebrities for style inspo. With that being said, my dream job is to become a fashion correspondent for E! News headquarters in California where I can interview and talk to people about it for a living! Other goals of mine is to attend Northwestern University in Evanston,IL for my masters degree and also to give back to the less fortunate and underserved communities in Chicago, my home town.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *