5 Ways to Pull off Sneakers
Many women hesitate to try out the sneaker trend because the word itself conjures up images of leaving the gym all sweaty and tired or, even worse, dorky dads in khakis and polo shirts. But when styled right sneakers can actually elevate your outfit to the next level, while simultaneously providing your foot with support. Read on for some creative ways to wear them in your everyday life, plus our top sneaker picks—all under $100!
as worn by Christine Reehorst of Fash-n-chips
These classic staples are still around, and for good reason. Seemingly basic, but brilliantly cool and casual, they create a supermodel off-duty vibe when worn with any outfit. Try swapping out your business-y flats for these—you'll get a fun twist on a work look.
as worn by Mattie James of Mattieologie
With the temperature dropping, it's easy to feel lazy when getting dressed. These fuzzy sneaks are the solution—think of them as the perfect balance between a pair of sheepskin boots (you know which ones we're talking about) and those uncomfortable pair of booties you can't walk in. They're equal parts comfy and stylish.
as worn by Abby of Glam Radar
No need to stuff your feet into a flashy pair of stilettos for a pop in your outfit. Instead, slip on a pair of metallic slip-ons for an added dose of shine on your way out the door.
as worn by Laquah Ally of Lucky Loves
And you thought your Nikes were just for the gym! Pair these trainers with a simple, comfortable outfit (like jeans, a tee, and a blazer) for an effortless, yet put-together look.
as worn by Alexandra of Alex's Closet
Even if you're not a "skater girl" Vans are a chic way to finish a look. Chanel your inner greaser with a leather jacket, white tee, and these hi-top sneakers for a slightly classic yet totally current look.