Prada Shoes

What Makes Prada Unique?

Prada is one of the most respected labels in the fashion industry. The collection offers a wide range of highly sophisticated, exclusive designs that push the limits of the fashion industry and introduce some of the coolest trends to the runways. Prada’s footwear collection has become just as popular as their clothing and accessories collections.

Prada shoes and boots feature some of the most incredible designs with the most intricate detailing. The collection features a wide range of ballet-inspired flats, classic loafers and traditional boots and heels. Popular colors in the collection include brown, beige, black and green.

Satin Rope Wedge

These super sleek satin rope wedges are a great addition to any outfit. Ankle strap and buckled detailing add elegance to the design. Platform sole and 3½ inch wedge heel complete the design. Available online for $430.

Suede Riding Boot

These sleek suede riding boots are a great way to add sophistication and elegance to your wardrobe. Rubber toe detailing and 3½ inch stacked heel completes the design. Available online for $900.

Prada Moccasin

These lime green moccasins are a great way to brighten up your outfit and keep your feet comfortable all day long. Made of deerskin leather with gold buckle detailing for added authenticity. Available online for $355.

Hollywood Supporters

Prada has one of the largest groups of celebrity supporters of all the designer labels on the market. Prada’s stunning footwear designs have walked the streets of Hollywood for many years. Some of the celebrities seen wearing the footwear from the label include Kate Hudson and Meryl Streep. The stylish women enjoy the ultimate comfort and prestigious designs of the label.

Kate Hudson   Meryl Streep

Average Costs

The average cost of Prada footwear is relatively expensive compared to some of the other high-end labels on the market. For the most part, the styles range in price from as little $200 to as much as $1,000 or more. Most people are willing to pay the money for Prada’s well-known designer label.