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ED by Ellen is in the Shoe Business

Last week, I was going through my personal email and came across one from Nordstrom. The subject line read "ED Ellen Degeneres has landed." Ellen is one of my favorite celebrities, so of course I decided to check out her shoe collection. Her Spring '16 shoe line consists of mostly sneakers, a pair of slip-ons, and two pairs of sandals to start. Personally, I want to invest in the Chapala Sneaker for the spring. Not to mention, the price point isn't too bad either.

In my opinion, Ellen is an upcoming mogul. She has her own show, home products, clothing line, and now shoes. What's next on her roster?

Click here to read the article and to see her other shoe styles.

(c) 2016, Britany Pratt

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