Sneakers are no longer just reserved for the gym. If you're feeling like a fish out of water when it comes to getting dressed without heels, go through the pictures below for 15 sneaker-friendly outfit formulas to get you inspired.
Suited To Perfection
Show off your legs with a coordinating short suit and flat sneaks.
Minimal is More
You can never go wrong with the simplicity of a sheath midi dress and all-white trainers.
Sweat in Style
Try a cropped coordinating sweatsuit for a sportier, I-just-came-from-the-gym look.
Take note from Karlie Kloss and opt for a pair of high-waisted cropped pants that fall just above your ankle with a pair of simple lace-ups.
For a summery European look, style your sneakers with a loose knit midi dress—bonus points when you take it up a notch by tying a striped sweater around your waist.
For a sophisticated spin, style your sneaks with structured office-friendly pieces like an oversized blazer and black pencil skirt.
Feminine Meets Sporty
For an unexpected combo, pair your sneakers with a girly silhouette in the form of a flared skirt or dress.
Sock It To Me
Style your white kicks with a pair of black socks to make the look really pop.
Who Wears Short Shorts?
The classic summer model off-duty uniform essentials: a leather jacket, white tee, denim shorts and white sneakers.
For a summery, ethereal look, pair white sneakers with a loose and flowy pair of culottes.
Take note from models' off-duty uniform and style a sportier sneaker (like this pair of Adidas Originals) with leggings, a leather moto jacket and loose sweatshirt.
Take the Kendall Jenner route with a belly-baring crop top, skinny jeans, bomber jacket and her go-to Kenneth Cole sneakers.
A little black dress looks just as classic with a pair of Nike sneakers.
Back to Basics
Keep things simple with a pair of white flared jeans and basic tank top.
Cool in Culottes
Elevate your kicks by pairing them with a polished pair of cream culottes à la Kendall Jenner.