How To Style Hi-Top Sneakers

How To Style Hi-Top Sneakers

So you thought the obsession with sneakers would dissipate by now…from trainer-mania to sneaker-boots, the last few years have given us some of the most iconic designs one could ever dream of. That said, most fashion trends wane, but luckily for us the 2020 emphasis on luxe casual is here to stay and with it comes a new crop of sneaker must-haves…introducing the wear-with-everything hi-top.


Play Dress-Up

When you think of hi-tops, old school streetwear styles usually come to mind, but Fall 2020 brings us something fresh and new…dressy hi-tops. One of our favorite pairs comes from RED Valentino…their Glam Run Hi-Tops in glitter(see gallery above) are simply fabulous. Wear them with all of your favorite dresses, like this one also from RED Valentino, for a little daytime glamour. Since we aren’t dancing the night away these days, our everyday look deserve a little something extra.


Explore Your Animal Instinct

Leopard print gets a major update in this boldly hued, panther version from RED Valentino. This two-piece ensemble could of course be dressed-up, but we love it with a more casual, street style-worthy vibe when paired with RED Valentino’s Glam Run Hi-Tops in bright white. The brand’s now iconic red-infused sole adds that added touch of pattern that any fashion mixologist will embrace.


Take Casual Luxe Up A Notch

Whether you are working from home or running around your neighborhood, you still have a need to express your personal style and nothing compliments an eclectic look more than a streamlined pair of white hi-top sneakers from Stella McCartney. Her Lace-Up Trainers feature a sleek version of her logo across the back and a white on white round logo patch for a little graphic pop that works perfectly with a bold pattern mix. All ready-to-wear featured above, is also from Stella McCartney.


Suit Up

If you are office bound, might we suggest this sassy little combination…a chic Paul Smith suit and floral shirt with chunky-soled mid-tops from Alexander McQueen (all featured above). A mid-top sneaker has a slightly higher upper that hits just at the ankle, making them proportionally perfect for a suited look. We love this boardroom-meets-gymnasium vibe and we know you will too.


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