Why Priyanka Chopra Is Rocking Crocs

She's joining some top-tier talent as part of the Come As You Are campaign.

By Carly Milne Mar 26, 2020 3:00 AMTags
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Talk about putting your best foot forward! Actress Priyanka Chopra is stepping up her philanthropic efforts by partnering with Crocs for their Come As You Are campaign, dedicated to inspiring fans to feel comfortable in their own shoes by showing their personal Crocs style.

"Crocs is on a mission to ensure people worldwide are comfortable in their own shoes," Chopra says. "Not only am I excited to share this message with people across the globe, I've seen how important this idea truly is through my travels and in my work with UNICEF. Crocs has committed to donating thousands of shoes to UNICEF for kids in need, who have the right to feel comfortable in their own shoes too, and I'm so proud to work with a brand who shares the same values as me."

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Chopra, who is also a producer, joins Chinese actress Yang Mi, singer and actress Zooey Deschanel, South Korean singer and actress Kim Sejeong, and Japanese actress Suzu Hirose as one of the latest global ambassadors in the fourth year of the campaign. Additionally, the brand is expanding the campaign to represent more diversity across age groups, backgrounds, beliefs, orientations and abilities in an effort to show that everyone is welcome and empowered to be a part of the Crocs brand.

If that weren't enough, Crocs just launched "A Free Pair for Healthcare," offering healthcare workers across the country the opportunity to get a free pair of shoes of select styles while supplies last, with free shipping. They'll also be donating up to an additional 100,000 pairs of shoes to be distributed across a number of select healthcare facilities and organizations.

Want to get in on the action? Show your personal style by shopping new and classic styles of Crocs below!

Classic Clog

The style that started it all! Lightweight, water-friendly and comfortable, you can nab these iconic Crocs in 24 colors to suit your individual style. You can even get them in Electric Pink or Neon Purple, but we love 'em in this clean Grass Green shade. They're also super easy to clean, dry quickly, and keep your feet ventilated while you're running around.

Classic Crocs Slide

Can you picture yourself wearing these on the beach? Or maybe you're just kickin' it in your backyard. Whatever your approach to rest and relaxation, these are ready to be your footwear of choice... and now they come with holes for Jibbitz charms so you can express your individuality beyond choosing from one of nine colors.

Brooklyn High Wedge

Crocs are going high style with these new wedge sandals, but don't worry: they don't sacrifice that signature comfort you've come to expect from the brand. They're still lightweight, soft and flexible, and feature LiteRide™ foam technology in the footbed, so you can stride through your day with ease. And you can get 'em in a low wedge or mid-wedge, too.

LiteRide Flip

It's time to elevate your flip flop game, and this is the pair to do it. The LiteRide Flip offers a LiteRide foam footbed for world-class comfort, and Matlite uppers that make your flip flop feel like they were made for you, right out of the box. And like all Crocs they're lightweight, easy to clean, and ridiculously comfortable in every way.


Jibbitz Charms

Take your self-expression to the next level with Jibbitz shoe charms, made to perfectly complement your Crocs with a little added zing of personal flare. There's so many to choose from, like a Jetsetter Plane, a Peace Hand Sign, and letters to spell out your name, if you so choose. But we love this pink flamingo, because how could you not? But lucky for you, you can choose more than one. 

Keep on shoppin' with brands that give back all year long.

—Originally published March 10, 2020, at 5:00 a.m. PT

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