PROFILE: Jane Aldridge, Sea of Shoes

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Sea of Shoes was started in 2007 by teen blogger Jane Aldridge

Sea of Shoes founder Jane Aldridge in a prom dress.

Blogger turned fashion-insider Jane Aldridge launched her blog Sea of Shoes as a high school hobby in 2007 when she was fifteen years old.

Since then she has since gone from everyday high school girl to serious tastemaker. Her site exists as a photo diary of her skillfully styled ensembles, comprised of cool mash-ups of vintage and designer pieces paired with incredible, covetable shoes, of course.

Aldridge has directly influenced sales for designers and has gotten in on the design game with an Urban Outfitters footwear collaboration as well as a project with her mother Judy for contemporary label Gryphon.

To find out more or see her blog, visit

Her mom Judy also has a blog:

Here is an interesting interview with Jane and her mom from a shoe store owner in Los Angeles.  This interview was done about a year ago. Some great information contained within. Apparently she was a style arbiter from a very small age. Her kindergarten teachers were always waiting by the door to see what she was wearing each day!


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