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We're obsessed with these timeless kicks!
Admit it, you could be a little guilty of buying from the same sneaker brands whenever you can, especially if you already know what outfits to pair them with. If you're looking to do some shoe-shopping sometime soon, check out
Call them ugly or chunky dad sneakers, but they are cool again, you guys!
ICYDK, '90s-style sneakers (read: chunky!) are cool again! In fact, the most stylish people have been spotted sporting them out. Here, we round up three of the most iconic sneakers you should cop stat: A style fixture in the '
Time to unleash your creativity.
The early 2000s were peak Chuck Taylor season for many millennials-they were right up there with ballet flats and flip-flops. You were either a staunch supporter of the classic black and white shoe or the type to experiment with different
Not just for athletes and runners now, rubber shoes have crossed the line into <i>fasyon</i> territory! View our gallery of super cute sneaks you can strut around campus in style.
In a world of flip-flops and sky-high heels, most women reserve their rubber shoes for sweaty gym sessions, muddy outdoor concerts, or strolls with their pups around the park. But with marathons gaining popularity and sneaker designs becoming more fashionable,
Converse collaborates with three music legends for a collection of Chucks that would make your laidback getup a statement outfit.
Who are your fashion icons? We won't be surprised if you name actresses like Sarah Jessica Parker and Leighton Meester or pop stars like Katy Perry and even Lady Gaga. Fashion has always been inspired by music and entertainment. Even sneakers