3 ways to style sneakers


3 ways to style sneakers

Sneakers have become like the little black dress, a must-have in every woman's closet. They're extremely versatile, can easily be added to every outfit not to mention comfortable. These days it's not all about the white tennis sneaker anymore, it's keeping up with what's gaining all the hype in sneaker culture. One day it's Yeezy's and the next it's a classic Nike Air Jordan 1. A good pair of sneakers is worth investing in too if you're thinking about splurging on a designer pair.

Build your street cred in a cool pair of sneakers whether your heading to a casual lunch, going for a relaxed work look or a dinner date with your friends.

1. Everyday casual

Chunky sneakers are making a come back, take the Nike Air Max 97 with their retro-futuristic vibes that come in several colour ways. If you want to be apart of the cool sneaker crew, than this is the sneaker for you! Pair it with your classic denim and knits and add some colour into the mix.

Pictured from left to right: Nike Air Max 97 from Hype DC, Forever New Sia deep cuff jumper, Nobody Denim Issy high rise from David Jones, Oroton scenic limited small circle bag..

2. To work

If you're lucky enough to get away with wearing sneakers to the office than you should try and add it to your weekly outfit rotation. Don't be afraid to wear your usual office attire and mix a white pair of sneakers with a girly twist.

Pictured from left to right: Country Road longline check coat, Witchery satin tank, Witchery split front skirt, colette by colette hayman mini bamboo hoop earring, Country Road Chrissy zip sneaker.

3. Dinner date night

Who says you can't wear sneakers to dinner? There are a few dressed up sneaker options out there, take these OTT platforms that'll give you the heel you need for the night.

Pictured from left to right: Decjuba Carly military blazer, Swarovski stone hoop earrings in blue, Sheike Manhattan Dress, Yves Saint Laurent Tatouage couture from David Jones, Stella McCartney platform sneaker from David Jones.

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