Ashley Tisdale has teamed up with ShoeDazzle and selected her favorite pair of black boots from their fall collection to benedit the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Ashley Tisdale has teamed up with ShoeDazzle.com.
The 29-year-old actress has chosen her favourite pair of black boots from the brand's autumn collection to benefit the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, reports People magazine.
The 'High School Musical' star - who is a regular fundraiser for the hospital - said: ''I visited their hospital a year and a half ago, and what they do for those children and the families is amazing, because it's such a tough and stressful time, but to have a hospital that really takes care of these children, and pay for everything: treatments, housing, food for the whole family, is pretty amazing.
''So, I left there feeling like it was one of those life-changing moments, where I was like, 'Any time I can give back to this place...' because they go off of donations, is something that I will do for the rest of my life. So, I'm excited to be able to come out with this boot. I'm a humongous fan of fashion and shopping, so, I'm excited to be a part of this.''
The blonde beauty chose the black faux-leather and suede booties - which retail at $39.95 for VIP members at ShoeDazzle.com - to reflect her own ''versatile'' sense of style.
She explained: ''I have a style that I wouldn't say it's down to one specific thing, but I like to kind of be rocker chic to chic to boho, and I feel like the shoe is very versatile.
''My go-to is always my boot, because I'm not a big heels person. I love to wear heels for special occasions, but booties are my favorite.
''You can [pair] it with skinny jeans, an oversized sweater, a little boho dress to dress it up.''
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