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Half Superstar, half Celine pull on sneakers.. It’s the kind of originality that either you hate or you fall in love with. I never imagined finding some white kicks I would love more than the classic Adidas Stan Smith, but I must admit, I did find them! Especially when browsing shoes online I wouldn’t have thought of buying another pair of white sneakers! This is my fourth pair and I am still not tired of them. I think what makes white sneakers interesting is the sporty-chic touch which they give to any outfit. I say ‘any’ because really, they are still having a big fashion moment and  you can pair them with anything. This is what make these shoes so interesting to me.

How I like to wear them? Here I paired with a simple yet chic black trousers but also think leather trousers, leather leggings, skinny or boyfriend jeans, culottes, midi skirts and even dresses! I mean, what it there not to love? A pair of shoes that goes with everything, gives you comfort and make you still feel chic.

They are the best for transitional weather (I tend not to wear them if its very freezing outside because I don’t like them with socks. I wear them bare feet and I would end up with a flu!). So when the weather allows, since I moved from a rainy country to one even more rainy, they are the shoes that add coolness to any outfit.

So, I say, you need to get yourself at least one pair pair.. It’s a safe investment if you like the designer ones like GucciSaint Laurent or Celine or there are some very cool ones without the need of splashing the cash.





Inside Out the Look:

Shoes: Adidas Superstar Slip On | Trousers: Maje (similar on sale) | Top: Uniqlo (similar on sale) | Blazer: Zara | Sunglasses: Celine | Bag: Chanel




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