Dress made by me (similar here , tutorial here), Embroidered Sneakers (Similar Here), Similar Olive Green Jacket, Michael Kors Bag (Similar Here), Quay Sunglasses
Last week on the blog I shared how to style sneakers with a regular outfit. Today, let’s talk about how to style sneakers with dresses (or skirts). It’s one of my favorite looks, and I even did it for fashion week in NYC last week – you can see the look on my instagram here!
I put together this everyday look with a simple jersey shift dress and these super cute embroidered sneakers. You could swap the shift dress with a casual fit and flare dress, or a midi or even maxi dress.
If your dress is a solid color, try a pair of fun sneakers with embroidery, glitter, or other designs. If your dress is floral or striped or patterned at all, try a solid color sneaker. The tips I shared last week (seen here) absolutely apply here too!
I hear all the time, “I wish I could pull off that look!” But the only person stopping you from pulling it off is you. Just try it!
You’re looking super adorable in this sporty outfit! Love your kicks!
Love this mom look! Still on the look out for the perfect tee dress… hoping to get the one you linked from Old Navy in olive when it gets back in stock!
Loved those white sneakers, especially the floral embroidery.
THE brand of your SUNGLASSes please!!
Finished this one yesterday. Thank you! So fun!
To paint the small details, I used white food coloring and food coloring gel. Once all the pieces are prepared, I’ve found it’s best to let them dry before putting the rabbit together using water as the “glue.” Meanwhile, you can try the black one like. Emily Cooper Black Jacket