Whether you’re wearing them with your favorite skater dress or pair of leather trousers, sneakers are ‘the’ go-to shoes. They provide ease and comfort while making your outfit look chic all the time. Many of its elements, such as the design, graphic prints, and silhouettes can change your look without abandoning practicality. It’s also more common nowadays to see trainers being worn not just for athletic purposes or casual footwear but for runways and fashion events. At the end of the day, it all comes down to the shoe silhouette you choose and how you style them. Keep reading to learn more about some of the most popular sneakers of all time that can match your style.

1. Puma Suede

You can never go wrong with PUMA’s biggest success, PUMA SUEDE.  The PUMA SUEDE or the CLYDE is one of the rare sneaker models that has succeeded in overcoming trends. The iconic model has over 50 years of history behind it, appearing on the feet of fashion icons and famous basketball players. A fine suede top exudes sophistication and elegance, especially when painted in rich colors like red velvet, navy blue, or traditional black and white. The sleek silhouette that is streamlined to perfection also appears to fit the wearer’s feet perfectly. With its reasonable price tag, PUMA SUEDE is the one you’ll never weary of.

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2. Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars

Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars is a well-known pair of sneakers named after Indiana-born basketball player Chuck Taylor. This pair of Converse sneakers was the first to be endorsed by the famous player back in the Thirties and became the identity of basketball players. Since then, sneakers’ popularity grew and it has become a wardrobe staple that can be packed, mixed, and matched to create a variety of looks. You can wear these highly durable pair of Converse with a simple white T-shirt and light-washed denim and be perfectly fine. The simple yet classic style has made it an iconic pair of sneakers that is still relevant today.

3. Adidas Stan Smith

Named after the American tennis legend, Adidas Stan Smith is another sneaker that has grown in popularity over the years. Since its debut in the early 1970s, it’s one of those pairs of sneakers that never goes out of style. Due to its comfort, edginess, and adaptability, there is no doubt that Adidas Stan Smith is one of women’s all-time top sneakers. New releases, collaborations, and redesigns have brought exciting new additions to the Stan Smith family, but nothing beats the original. The white leather body with traces of green guarantees you that these sneakers are timeless and can be worn in years to come.

4. Nike Air Force 1

Another prominent player in sneaker games is the Nike Air Force 1, having survived years of changes in footwear fashion and technology. When the sneaker first came out in 1982, it was an instant hit among basketball players. But it didn’t end there; it evolved into the lifestyle silhouette it is now outside of athletics. Thanks to its versatile canvas, a profusion of colors, collaborations, and customizations, it has become the must-have shoes for fashionistas, especially ladies. Not only that, the Nike Air Force 1 also has a concealed Air pocket for daily comfort and the durable sole won’t break down, making it one of the most comfortable Nike shoes.

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5. Converse Jack Purcell

Jack Purcell was both an athlete and fashion designer who invented canvas and rubber badminton sneakers for badminton courts. It was in 1972 when Converse converted them from an athletic shoe to a versatile, daily-use shoe. Converse Jack Purcell’s may look similar to Converse Chuck Taylor All-Stars but you can certainly differentiate them by their trademark “smile” across the toe, clean side profile, and hand-written signature-style emblem at the heel. Other than that, Converse Jack Purcell sneakers provide other features like their winged tongues which improve toughness and stay in place. The materials utilized are also likewise of high quality, keeping feet warm and safe.

6. Adidas Samba

The Adidas Samba isn’t new; it’s evolved from being used for indoor football to being worn casually by individuals all over the world. In addition to that, it was only in recent years that Adidas Samba has entered the fashion world. It’s easy to see why the design, which first appeared in the 1950s, has become popular among today’s fashionistas. The silhouette is ageless, and the sneakers are versatile enough to go with almost any outfit. Its simplicity is also one of the reasons why so many designers are drawn to it: it’s a lovely canvas on which to put their stamp. Unlike limited-edition sneakers, the Samba is here to stay.

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