New sneaker models to revive everyone's image
A new pair of sneakers is a guaranteed way to easily revive even the most boring of images and give some freshness to old outfits. Not to mention, your feet will certainly enjoy the comfort. We can’t help but enjoy this new boom in sneakers and we’re happy to review the models that will soon become the signature of your look this summer.
Sneakers from the “must-have” list:
- Retro style;
- Tennis style;
- White colour trend;
- Pastel colours trend;
- Prints and flowers;
- Futuristic style.
This year, runways have undoubtedly been taken over by retro-style sneakers that seem to have come back from their glorious past. The seventies brought us some amazing music and fascinating movies. Nearly all rock or movie stars wore sneakers even to the most special of occasions. For instance, rockstar Mick Jagger chose sneakers to go with his three-piece suit for his wedding with Bianca Rosa Perez – Mora.
These seventies-inspired models with a rounded tip will undoubtedly give your look some elegance and go great with wide pants, classic shirts, or V-neck sweaters.
White or neutral-color models similar to retro tennis shoes are another old trend making a comeback that will revive your wardrobe in the most fashionable of colors. Combine them with sporty pants and a cozy button-up sweater, creating a carefree but well-thought-out image.
WHITE COLOUR TREND
Extra white sneakers are always a good choice for the spring/summer season. By choosing these shoes, you’ll be able to enjoy their versatility and “modest luxury” that they give to any image. Combine them with midi skirts or dresses, dress pants, or just jeans. Of course, don’t forget to complete the image with some modest jewelry.
PASTEL COLOURS TRENDS
Pastel tone sneakers with some colorful accents are a great way to add some color to our monotonous everyday lives and start springtime off in a new light. You can create a great outfit by combining these shoes with some dress pants or a midi dress with neutral or earthy colors.
PRINTS AND FLOWERS
Floral fabrics are a fashion classic and an integral part of a summer wardrobe. You could probably find a floral dress in any woman’s wardrobe. This kind of dress goes great with pretty much anything from blazers to sneakers. This season, shoe designers have added flowers to sneakers and they invite us to welcome the summer season with shoes covered in natural elements. If you choose these bright models, combine them with a black turtleneck and a midi skirt or classic jeans and a white shirt. Of course, they’ll also go great with a lightweight shift dress but then we recommend completing the look with an oversized biker jacket or a large classic blazer.
Futuristic sneakers are surprising us this season with unexpected shapes and colors and their soles are much smaller than those of the “ugly” sneakers that were popular a few years ago. In other words, even futuristic shoes need some inspiration from the past. These sneakers will go great with casual clothing, cropped jeans, and oversized blazers.
Sneakers for a stylish city man
Those same hints of retro can also be found in men’s fashion this year. Nostalgic memories from the seventies are reborn in sneakers with classic silhouettes and calm colors. The so-called “retro runner” sneakers will go great with some rolled-up jeans or faded-color chinos.
Minimalist tennis shoe models have also passed the test of time and returned to men’s closets with a bang. You can easily pair these kinds of sneakers with a suit or coat or create a casual look by combining them with jeans or sweatpants.
Classic tennis shoes with a raised top have long left the courts and are now proudly worn by the most stylish of men. They go best as streetwear with loose clothing but they’ll also look amazing with some casual jeans and a simple cotton shirt.
The name “sneakers” comes from the term “sneak”. However, they’ve been anything but sneaky since their appearance. from their very first steps, they announced to the world loudly and proudly, “we’re here!”.
Ever since their appearance at the beginning of the 20th century, sneakers are undoubtedly the largest innovators in the history of footwear. Their appearance was influenced by the technological breakthrough in the production of vulcanized rubber, and for a century now, sneakers have remained the true prophets of the future. In the production of footwear, only the newest materials and technologies are used, and their ergonomic design often seems to be ahead of its time.