Sneakers are all the rage

Designers are catering to our crazy busy, multi-tasking life. The runways have confirmed that these are now accepted as a must-have wardrobe item……sneakers! Chanel, Prada, and Gucci are all on board with wearing these simple slip-ons with their dramatic designs.


The Outfit Formula:

1 Luxury item (handbag, jewelry, shiny pants, sequin skirt, etc. )

+

1 Casual Piece (basic tee, chunky sweater, jeans, etc.)

+

1 Trendy Piece ( Wool Oversize Coat, Plaid Scarf, A-line perforated leather skirt)


Photo by Ask Jules
Photo by Sincerely Jules

Leather A-Line + Chunky Pink Sweater

The simplicity of an oversized sweater and an a-line leather skirt is a great way to dress up sneakers, but still feel comfortable enough to roam around town.

checkerboard

Sneaker Look-a-like

Vans // Checkered Canvas Slip-ons // $45


Photo by Moncler Online Shop
Photo by Moncler Online Shop

Plaid Scarf + Chanel Bag

Who would have though that you could mix such a luxurious high fashion label such as Chanel with everyday Nike sneakers?

new balance

Sneaker Look-a-Like

New Balance // 574- ‘Static Sneaker’ // $74.95


leather pants
Photo by Sincerely Jules

Wax Coated Black Denim + Chandelier Earrings

These lace-up sneakers are much more chic with chandelier earrings and an oversized bag.

Puma

Sneaker Look-a-Like

PUMA //’ST Runner NL’ // $59.95

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Author: seattlestylist

Tannya is best known for her style expertise and personal shopping skills. She can easily combine textures, styles, and trends to produce an effortlessly pulled together look. Clients appreciate her ability to understand and interpret their creative vision yet stay true to her personal aesthetic.

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