The 5 best sneakers and how to wear them
A must have in your wardrobe is a pair of non sport sneakers or trainers. Some people struggle with how to wear them as part of a smart casual outfit so here is a round of the 5 best sneakers and trainers out there at the moment and how to wear them!
You can’t go wrong with a pair of Vans, simple with limited branding and if looked after well will go a long way and last. Plus they are a steal at £65…be rude not to! Throwing on a blazer with jeans will always make a casual outfit smarter. The red lipstick is great if you want to add a touch of glamour.
If you have already invested in a pair of neutral sneakers why not go all out and buy a pair that have a fun print or embellishment. These Kurt Geiger embellished sneakers are a little bling but if you keep the rest of your outfit nice and simple your feet can do all the talking…and walking! Lets face it, who doesn’t want to be comfortable.
If you want to splash the cash and want a bit of luxury then opt for these metallic Kurt Geiger sneakers, at £129 they are on the pricey side but your cost per wear will make them a worth while investment. The colour palette is simple plus not one item here is casual, this is a sophisticated, elegant way of wearing sneakers.
These modern white leather sneakers from French Connection are easy to wipe clean and because of their minimalist style they work with most things. Here the colour palette is kept neutral and like the sneakers, are in keeping with a Scandi style. At £75 they a mid range and the best feature is no need to worry about laces, you can just slip them on and go.
Sneakers don’t have to be black or white, however for your first pair I would suggest to stay neutral. These soft grey lace up sneakers from Dune are a good neutral staple. At £70 they are a good price and smart enough to wear for work and still be able to use them at weekends. Here is a great example of smart casual work wear.