The hottest sneaker trends for 2020
The style set’s love affair with the white sneaker is showing no signs of diminishing. This time-tested basic needs to be a staple piece in everyone’s wardrobe right now. Why? It’s super versatile – denim, pencil skirts, dresses, evening wear – you name it. Simple but chic.
Why else? Well, they’re super comfy!!! These past few months while running around town and holiday shopping and even going to work meetings, I’ve found myself replacing the standard black bootie for a white sneaker. These are the ones I purchased in the early fall, and I’ve been wearing them non-stop! And since they’re white, they might eventually need replacing — which is why this pair is a strong contender. I also have my eye on this cult-favorite sneaker by Veja, a French sustainable label and seen on literally everyone from Meghan Markle and Emma Watson to a host of celebrities.
Not even necessarily “trending” anymore … the white sneaker has actually been around forever!! These shoes will update all outfits, and who doesn’t want that? Prices vary so they’re affordable for everyone (men included). Check out this Gucci pair I have my eye on and the Nike ones I actually bought 🙂 Also wrote about my old-school favorite Nike Cortez sneakers here!
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Classic, white, pared back sneakers
think understated, cool white sneakers that work with everything
we can’t keep these in stock
Vintage, old-school sneakers
Tretorn, New Balance, and Vans to name a few
Here’s a little inspo – wear with all black
Wear with a skirt
Wear with a blazer
… or even a boiler suit!!!
Wear to work
or with a duster and your favorite denim
Wear with leather and a logo tee
men can wear them too!
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