Even if you don’t fancy yourself the sporty type, we swear the sneaker can become part of your go-to shoe selection. Click through for seven outfit ideas and shop our favorite sneakers!
As if we needed another excuse to wear the full skirt, this look proves yet another way to style our favorite feminine piece this season! We enjoy the monochrome aspect of her outfit, contrasted by a black moto jacket and black sneakers.
Lisa Dengler of Just Another Fashion Blog
If you’re interested in a youthful iteration of the trend, look no further than Lisa Dengler. The blogger played with school girl elements—a Missguided Ailey Tartan Skirt ($26), Topshop Tailored Long Line Blazer ($140), and ASOS Monki Knitted Cropped Sweater ($36)—but balanced her look with an Illy Emerald City Necklace ($42) and, of course, her Nike Air Max Sneakers ($100)!
We can always count on Jamois for a pop of color. We love her tomato red knit next to that fox tail accessory and simple pair of jeans. The Nikes tie the whole look together, we’d say.
Andy Torres of Style Scrapbook
If you require a set of sneakers for your weekend errands, don’t fret. Torres shows us you can be stylish while staying functional. We love the simplicity of her Zara jumper, Mango trousers and coat, paired with Nike Air Max Sneakers ($120) — truly the perfect finishing touch.
If this ensemble doesn’t have you grabbing for your tennies, we don’t know what will. The Dutch beauty styled her sneakers in a beautifully layered look. Two scarves tied together? Perfection!
Something we love about the sneaker is its laid-back reputation. If you’d prefer to slip under the radar while wearing yours, we suggest following this street styler’s lead. Go simple with a shirtdress and layer with your favorite black cardigan.
Barricade W ($125)
Adley Runners ($90) in Orange
Free 5.0 V4 Running Shoe ($100)
Womens Limited Edition NYC ($175)
Smooth Flex 2.0 ($70) in Solid Teal
Jazz Running Sneaker ($53)
Tiger-Print Trainers ($258)
Metallic Leather Trainers ($452)