Sneaker Fashion

I have pleasure in bringing you a great guest blog post on Sneaker Fashion: How to Wear Your Dresses with Trainers.

 

 

Sneaker Fashion: How to Wear Your Dresses with Trainers

With the athleisure trend still going strong, it’s no surprise that sneaker companies and even luxury brands are taking advantage and getting creative with their kicks. As you can see from an article on In Style, a common theme among the shoes that debuted during the Spring/Summer 2016 fashion shows was comfort, indicating that everything from high tops to slip ons will be what people will be wearing all season long, inside and outside of the gym.

Yoga pants and gym gear aren’t the only items that were made for your trainers. Whether you are working with classic Vans lace ups or directional reworks from Pierre Hardy as displayed on the international online retailer Lyst, your choices of outfits to incorporate your trainers with are unlimited.

Here’s how you can make a statement with your favourite trainers:

1) With a flirty dress
The epitome of sporty chic, Glamour suggests that you pair a summer dress with white low tops to dress it down, adding an athletic twist to a feminine aesthetic.

2) Go for the monochromatic look
Regardless if you’re going for separates or a one piece, all black, white or grey, your trainers are the perfect finishing touch to pulling everything together. If your shoes have an accent colour, use that as a basis for selecting your purse.

3) Think colourful
Your white or black trainers aren’t the only footwear you can integrate into your wardrobe with. Your kicks may have a lot of colours going on, but don’t feel obligated to pull back on the attention it usually draws. Instead, celebrate it, and wear it with an equally vibrant dress. Pop Sugar says that this look is eclectic, interesting, and well suited for a girl’s night out.

4) Turn to your LBD
One of the essentials in any woman’s wardrobe, LBDs are usually worn at night for cocktail parties and other evening soirees. If you’re looking for a way to work it into daywear, casual black sneakers will do the trick.

Lots of love

Lisa