Courteney Cox showed off her relaxed off-duty style this weekend with a special pair of shoes.
The “Friends” alumna took to Instagram Stories on Sunday to throw subtle “shade” as she read Pete Souza’s book, Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents, on her couch. Her outfit of the day included relaxed jeans and a stitched sweater inspired by Souza’s “The Way I See It” upcoming film; the design is a collaboration with New York-based brand Lingua Franca and benefits nonprofit, nonpartisan voter registration organization HeadCount. The sweater is available for $380 at LinguaFranca.NYC.
Cox’s footwear, as well, came with a special message inspired by the upcoming film.
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Coming from Esquivel Shoes, the actress’ white sneakers read the word “Vote” printed along the white uppers and contrasted by a platform gum midsole. The sneakers are a special edition style also benefitting HeadCount and retail for $325 at EsquivelShoes.com.
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Be still my heart! 💓 Thrilled to have woken up to @lauradern in our limited-edition sneaker, a collaboration with @thewayiseeitfilm from @focusfeatures @msnbc @jaywalkerpictures @jaymelemons @acecontent_ 🎥⠀ ⠀ The Esquivel X The Way I See It unisex #sneaker encourages #voterregistration with a portion of proceeds going to the non-partisan @headcountorg ✊🏼 On one heel we've hand engraved the word "vote" and on the other our clients' initials.⠀ ⠀ Check out the link in bio to pre-order your 👟👟 and make sure to VOTE 🇺🇸 the way you see it.⠀ ⠀ #esquivelshoes #craftnothype #americandesigner #madetoordershoes #esquivelhouse #dtla #luxuryshoes #leathersneakers #madewithlove #madeinla #downtownlosangeles #madeinusa
Esquivel is just one of many brands doing its part to get out the vote this election season. Major names like Gap, American Eagle Outfitters, Coach, Reebok and more have released their versions of election-related efforts including footwear, apparel and donations. From Courteney Cox herself to Lady Gaga and even Michelle Obama, many stars across all industries are also encouraging voter turnout amidst the pandemic and changed environment.
As for Cox herself, the strong socks are just one of the many notable fashion moments during her successful career. During her time spent as Monica Gellar on the beloved sitcom “Friends,” Courteney Cox was a master of peak ’90s and early 2000s trends. Her minimalistic appeal roped in everything from mom jeans and leather jackets to spaghetti-strap slip dresses and oversize pantsuits for red carpet occasions. Flash forward to modern time and Cox is still incorporating that same “less is more” aesthetic with seasonal hits of high-rise jeans, cool sneakers and little black dresses.