How to Style a Look Around Your Fave Sneakers

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Sneakers aren’t just for the gym anymore. A well-picked pair added to an everyday ensemble says “Expect the unexpected — I’m packed with personality and not afraid to take chances!” It also says you’ve got awesome style instincts, as kicks are totally having a moment right now.

Wondering how to take this trend and make it your own? Our Senior Visual Merchandise Stylist, Leigh, put together some unconventional ideas for styling sneakers that are sure to inspire. Sneakers with leggings and sporty tops will never go out of style, but sneakers with skirts, dresses, and more snazzy pieces? That’s a look that’s totally wow!

The look: the Sporty Favors the Bold Sneakers in Leopard with the Through the Wire Headband in Spots, the Premiere Post Dress,  and the Sunny Experience Bag in Latte.

Leigh says,”Printed sneaks add an unexpected twist to a shirtdress… and they’re way more comfortable to run errands in than wedges!”

The look: the On Hi-Top of Your Game Sneaker with the Thesis How We Do Dress, Knittin’ Pretty Thigh Highs in Navy and Ash, the Two the Point Necklace, and the Berlin There, Done That Jacket

Leigh says, “Pair high-tops with a dress and knee-highs to give the look an edgier attitude.”

The look: the Left, Bright, and Center Sneaker with the Minimal Thinking Top in White, the Merry to Carry Bag in Chestnut, and the Curry Your Enthusiasm Skirt in Marigold.

Leigh says, “Colorful sneakers like these add a casual kick to your spring look. They make running to class or work a lot easier, too!”

+How do YOU wear your sneakers?


About Anna

Anna's the kind of don't-take-yourself-too-seriously gal who can spend an evening at Monday Night Raw and then turn around and write about nail designs and glitter with just as much sincere, unadulterated delight. She's a firm believer in cats' ability to see ghosts, the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the fact that if she wishes enough, she'll never have to iron again.

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