Call 888-818-2536 for store locations
These trendy shoes attract legions of teens with tried-and-true
styles and some surprises, like tweed shoes with ribbon trim,
quilted satin sneakers, multicolored pumps, and ankle boots
(prices range from around $69.99 to $399.99). The many locations,
scattered throughout the boroughs, also carry runway-inspired
handbags, outerwear, and accessories.
One of the most recognizable sneaker chains
has all of the major brands. An aspiring LeBron James can
snatch up the Jordan XIX’s ($114.99–$164.99) or
the Nike Air Hurache ($89.99). There’s even a selection
of boots from Timberland and Lugz.
151 W. 34th St.
On the fourth floor you’ll find a small, inexpensive
children’s shoe section filled with sporty footwear—Tommy
Hilfiger, Puma, Timberland—alongside dress shoes and
loafers suitable for that class photo from BCBGirls, Steve
Madden, and Skechers. From $35 to $105.
611 Fifth Ave., near 50th St.
Make no mistake—for young shoe enthusiasts, Saks’
fifth-floor is the Promised Land. Look here for everything
from flats and kitten heels to strappy sandals and sneakers,
by designers like Michael Kors, Isaac Mizrahi, and Marc Jacobs.
Prices range from $90 to $350.
Call 800-243-0443 for store locations
Teens gear up for first dates and schooldays with Skechers’
reasonably priced shoes, like the Sport Vigor, a performance
jogger with added flexibility (around $65), and the Skechers
Sport Premium Foxy, a mid-high jogger with faux-fur collar
(around $75). The kids’ line offers cute, Mini-Me versions
of the popular, grown-up shoes. Dressing like an older sibling
was never easier.
Call 800-SIR-MADD for store locations
A perennial favorite among tweens and teens, this funky footwear
manufacturer has established itself as a beacon of affordable
style, with casual shoes (from around $30) and pointy-toe
boots (from around $50).