#OOTD: How to wear stylish sneakers to the office

Apr 20 2015 by
Categories : Fashion

how-to-wear-sneakers-to-work-spring-fashion Ever since Chanel, Burberry and Dior started sending
stylish sneakers down the runway, I’ve been asking myself one question – could I actually wear those to the office (or at all)? Me – the girl who repeatedly wears her leather ankle boots, basic tote and
little black dress to work at least twice (okay, maybe three times, no judging) a week. I decided to find out. As if seeing cool kicks on the catwalk wasn’t enough, I started to spot them on street style enthusiasts, A-list celebrities (everyone from
Taylor Swift to Rihanna) and even my fashion forward boyfriend. He
always seems to be one step ahead when it comes to new footwear trends. Finally, I was convinced – my sneakers were no longer reserved for a jog along the waterfront – it was time I started wearing my sneaks to the office.
Find out how to wear stylish sneakers to the office after the jump…
This morning, I stashed my winter boots in the closet (see ya next year!) and reached for my new orange, blue and white sneakers. I literally felt like I had a spring in my step as the comfy sole boosted my stride (and my mood) while I checked out my new gear in the mirror. Using the expert reco of our associate fashion editor Charlotte, I slipped into a pair of
blue skinny jeans and a simple white T-shirt…because
casual is the new sexy. I topped off the look with a tomato red blazer and boom, I was ready for my 9 to 5 without a pair of killer (literally) heels. And that’s how you do it, friends!
Here’s how to get my street-style worthy office look: Adidas Pureboost sneakers by Stella McCartney ($230), at The Bay. Zara piqué blazer ($129), at
zara.com. Mango bow v-neckline T-shirt ($26.20), at
mango.com. Joe Fresh slim distressed jean ($39), at
joefresh.com.
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Categories: Fashion