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There is just something wonderful about a comfortable shoe. I love ALL kinds of shoes and of course I love a good heel. But being able to throw on a pair of sneakers and still feel stylish is definitely a winning pair (get it haha). You just need to get the right sneakers and put them with your favorite outfits and you’re out the door. Here are my favorite categories of sneakers with style. If you have something from each of these you will for sure have your bases covered. Check them out!
These are the most tried and true sneaker for everyday. You cannot go wrong with adding a simple canvas sneaker to your collection. Here are my favorite pair with a few different looks.
Here are the ones I have plus a few other great options.
Ok so I know for some getting high tops may seem a little much and not so sure about them. But I am so happy I tried some so give them a shot! They are comfy, so cute and give any simple outfit a little extra edge. Heres mine styled a few different ways.
Mine are out of stock but here are some other great styles
So these are not just for the gym anymore. With athleisure becoming such a huge trend its easy to wear your athletic shoes many more places and still be stylish. But don’t just stop there – try pairing them with your favorite jeans or even a cute dress. Look for a pair with a little something extra than your regular gym shoes. I highly recommend getting a separate pair than the ones you use for working out since those take a little more and different type of wear and tear. Heres my favorite athletic sneakers for running around.
Heres the ones I have and other favorites. You can’t go wrong with a Nike which are my favorite but there are lots of other great options too.
You can’t get any easier than a slip on sneaker! These are sooo versatile so get creative and pair them with almost anything from shorts and a tshirt to a dress. Check out all the cute options below!
Now that you know all the sneakers with style – which ones will you be adding to your rotation?