4 Reasons Why Sneakers Will Be Your Fave Fall Shoe
If you’re anything like us, you just can’t imagine your summer wardrobe without a pair of Keds in heavy rotation. The chic sneakers are about as easy to slip into as a sundress or cutoffs, and add the same sporty polish to any outfit they’re paired with. But this year, your reasons to love the iconic plimsolls don’t have to halt when the temperature starts to dip. With the launch of the footwear brand’s new-for-fall styles, you’ll want to start living in your Keds nearly year round.
Trust us, the leap from sandals to ankle boots is a tough one, and Keds’ classic shapes + seasonal hues are what make them the ultimate transition shoes. So whether you’re ready to don a pair of socks or not, check out these four ways to style your sneakers from now through fall, inspired by Ked’s own fall lookbook.
1. Add a Pop of Color to Your Denim: Let your shoes add the wow-factor to your fave fall outfit. Even though there are a few ways to turn up wardrobe basics with a pop of color, lacing up a pair of bold colored sneakers ($50) might be the comfiest one.
2. Yet Another Way to Layer: Made with a cozy felt upper, consider these kicks ($50) another way to layer. They look especially rad with knit over-the-knee socks!
3. Tie Together Your Peppiest Patterns: Don’t even think about stashing away the playful prints until next year! Mix and match from head to toe with Keds’ girly floral patterns and graphic starbursts (both $50).
4. Match Your Fave Fall Colors: Find fall’s most luxe jewel tones on your feet with these classic canvas kicks ($45) that have us singing If you liked it then ya should’ve put a sneak on it!
What are your favorite ways to wear sneakers outside of the gym? How do you style your lace ups IRL? Tell us in the comments below.
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