Beauty Fashion

3 Classic Sneakers I Always Buy, and 12 New Styles That Are Catching My Eye

Fun fact: I, like many others, live in sneakers in my day-to-day life. If I’m lounging at home, it’s typically tube socks and slides, but when I’m out and about in my mask for errands and such, a fresh pair of kicks usually complete my look. On that note, there are three specific silhouettes I turn to on the regular whenever I’m refreshing my sneaker offering. For me personally, it’s these styles that feel timeless and just always work given their highly versatile nature.

Naturally, I’m sharing the three sneaker styles with you below for you to get a sense of what I’m talking about. Below you’ll find the silhouettes in my current rotation, along with a variety of shopping picks and more visual inspo from fashion people. I also took some time to scroll through some of my favorite stores to uncover a variety of other sneaker styles that are catching my eye at the moment.

My trio of go-to sneakers.

Converse high-tops are one of the go-to silhouettes I’ve worn for years and years. I adore the Comme des Garçons PLAY x Converse collection and also wear the classic black All Stars as well. 

You just can’t deny the power of the perfect pair of white sneakers. That ideal pick is timeless and brings an effortlessness to basically any ‘fit. 

Slip-on sneakers—especially the variety from Vans—are another staple in my offering for the easy and always-chic factor.

The zebra pattern is a great touch.

Yes to this color-blocking. 

The color mix is spot on.

Sparkle sparkle.

This hue is very pretty.

A sleek twist on a classic.

The Liberty London pattern on these sneakers is so fresh.

The latest from the Veja x Rick Owens collab.

The texture brings a forward spin to this silhouette.

Perfect for the season.

The pop of green is A+.

Classic.

Next, check out a chic outfit idea to wear with sneakers.

Top-notch kicks.
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