You know those people that say beauty is pain? Well, it definitely doesn’t have to be. If we’re going to use cliches, let’s stick to comfort is key. Because that, at least, is true, even in the fashion world. We all have those days where we want to look and feel great, but the last thing we want to do is throw on a pair of heels. This is where sneakers come in. Using sneakers to accessorize outfits instead of wearing them on your way to the gym might seem scary, but I promise you it’s way easier (and way more comfortable) than you would ever imagine! Here are some ways you can get more use out of your sneakers, without having to drag yourself to that zumba class!
#1: Comfy Casual
A great way to wear your sneakers out during the fall is with a layered look. By keeping the sneakers simple and similar to the color theme of your outfit, you can easily complement your look without going out of your way to make too bold of an accent. Sneakers can add to the look by keeping it minimalistic, but putting in a fun and casual kick.
#2: Business Chic
You know how much we love a good blazer to spice up our looks! Want to take the usual go to blazer look and spice it up a little? A great way to do that is with some minimalistic sneakers! Pairing a blazer and dress pants with white sneakers like these Adidas Originals keeps the overall look clean and put together, but adds a fun and more casual flare. Perfect for taking your looks from the office to a lunch with your friends!
#3: Dress It Up
Yes, you can do sneakers with a dress! Using a brightly colored pair of sneakers with an otherwise simple dress helps make the outfit pop, without taking away too much of the formality. Think of it as a classy look with a cool edge.
#4: Keep It Simple
Mixing patterns is in this season, and as you know, sometimes it can get a little busy. Opt for a classic white sneaker to balance out all of your patterns and to give the look a fresh and clean perspective. Not only do these bright sneakers liven up your outfit, they help complement your patterns without distracting from them!
Ready to try to rock your sneakers outside the gym? Ask your stylist how!