What to wear with sneakers. There are more sneaker options today than ever before. With so many different styles, types and styles, it can get a little overwhelming! And how should you style them? What can you wear with them How can you create a classic sneaker look? Here at Outfit Trends we will answer these and other questions! In this article, we are also going to give you some important tips and tricks that you can use to style your own outfits around sneakers.
Before we get started, let’s talk about some frequently asked questions about sneakers. We’ll start by answering some of your most frequently asked questions.
In fact, this is a trend that has been around for a few decades and has recently made a comeback.
While it comes down to personal style and what you’re most comfortable wearing, a really cute look you might see is a short to medium length dress paired with some cute white keds, or maybe a pair of Converse. For a high-end look, you can also opt for Nike or Adidas sneakers.
Since white goes with anything, this is probably the most common look you’ll see. But don’t hesitate to mix it up to make it more you!
Can you wear running shoes with jeans?
Again, this is a solid yes.
We recommend skinny jeans or jeans with straight legs over the boot cut. Jeans folded at the hems are also a really cute way to put your cute shoes in the spotlight.
Do you wear socks with sneakers?
Ideally yes! Those Instagram model girls showing off their seemingly bare ankles? You are wearing peds or some other little sock, you can be sure of that!
Not wearing socks will only result in smelly feet (and shoes). To keep your shoes in tip-top condition, be sure to wear socks.
A trendy look these days is to wear them quite obviously. So you might consider ripping up your white tube white socks (Nike seems to be the reigning champion if the old Instagram feed is any indication) to wear with your favorite pair of faded Levis.
Can you wear sneakers in winter
Well yes … and no.
Is it a cold, snowy day with the ground covered with a fine layer of wet, slushy snow?
Probably not the day to turn off your favorite sneakers.
A cold but dry day? Yes you could totally wear them!
But remember, lightweight, breathable sneakers do better in the summer as they don’t keep the cold out (and trust me, your poor little feet will notice).
Sneakers made from more durable material are the safest choice.