The sneaker trend is a foot.
Platforms, wedges, stilettos, kitten heels, flats—shoes come in a variety of heights. But this latest trend will have you walking on solid ground. If you thought sneakers were just for the gym, consider this shoe trend for everything from causal Fridays to a chic night out. With options from designers like Hermes, Christian Louboutin and Celine, these sneakers are for anything but running errands.
For the Traditionalist
If the sneaker trend is new to you, ease into it. Start with something basic, like the Premiere Sneaker from Maison Martin Margiela. It’s a great way to transition into sneaker culture, because it’s an amped up version of what you’re used to wearing. If you’re curious about high-tops, try Celine’s Caramel Calfskin Sneakers. For those who love a logo, the Louis Vuitton Punchy Sneaker with either monogrammed pattern in white or Damier pattern in black are a great way to show off your style with the sneaker trend. Remember, pairing these sneakers with something unexpected is what the look is all about, so go ahead and try them with a skirt or dress.
Find these sneakers at Maison Martin Margiela in Miami at 3930 N.E. Second Ave., Ste. 101, Design District.
Céline in Miami at 191 N.E. 40th St., Space 101, Design District.
And Louis Vuitton in Miami at 170 N.E. 40th St., Design District.
For the Risk Taker
If you’re a seasoned sneaker pro, the Rantus Orlato Women’s Flat from Christian Louboutin will make a foot print in the fashion world. This is the quintessential "l vacation shoe", comfy and cool with its awesome pattern and chic style. If you’re willing to go even more bold, make a metallic your muse. Hermes Impulse Fashion Sneaker in silver nappa laminated leather and gold calfskin is a walk on the wild side. And for the truly bold, give Rick Owens Moody Geobasket Sneakers in Blood Red Matte a go. These shoes are statement a piece, so pair them with something simple and let them do the walking and the talking.
Find these sneakers at Christian Louboutin in Miami at 155 N.E. 40th St., Design District.
Hermès in Miami at 175 N.E. 40th St., Design District.
Rick Owens in Miami at 3841 N.E. Second Ave., Design District
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