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Steve Madden, the company, was founded by Steve Madden, the man, in 1990 in Brooklyn, where he started out making trend-advancing shoes one pair at a time. It was not long after that the Steve Madden focus on "now-ness" earned rave reviews from young female fans mad for the funky, chic, and yet competitively priced footwear it produced. The company popularized the "dressy sneaker," and continues to man the forefront of trends.
The Ashleey boot from Steve Madden keeps it simple yet oh so stylish. A grey suede envelopes the entire upper while pull tabs and inside zip deliver an easy put on. The 3 3/4 inch wedge heel brings perfect everyday height.
My ultimate favorite boot. I can walk comfortably all day w these. Heels are perfect height.Published 26 days ago by Love 2 shop
I received these boots yesterday and I am very disappointed. They look very cheap and very huge around calves. I am a size 14 so you can imagine I am not a skinny girl. Read morePublished 3 months ago by tumi592
I'm loving these boots. They come perfectly to my knee, they're soft, easy to get on, low enough to be comfy, high enough to look flirty, and a beautiful gray color suede. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kali Andre
These are super cute and comfortable! But mine are definitely greyish brown. Didn't return them because I love the fit and style. Now I just need to find another all grey boot.Published 4 months ago by amanda
These boots look greatttttt. They are exactly what I was expecting.
The only two complaints I have are that they make a lot of noise when I walk, and the insoles are rock... Read more
I love this boot. It's stylish, comfortable and good quality! I'm extremely happy with my purchase and recommend to others.Published 5 months ago by Elise O.
I like a higher heel on my wedges, so I'll probably give them to my mom. They fit my calves, which is saying something, considering that I'm an athlete. Read morePublished 5 months ago by R. Hicks