We love them all, not only for their comfort but also because we can combine them with everything and they are all-day wearable.
They have no age, and so we can all feel modern.
Also, they fit perfectly with all the seasons... summer, autumn, winter, spring without any difficulty.
The new sneakers, however, divide the world of fashion, because the trends are many.
It seems, however, that the most stylish women have already loved them and they are not afraid to style them with a pair of dorky white gym socks. So let's have a look at the most convenient shoes in your wardrobe at their new versions.
Retro sneakers or 'Dad' sneakers, those new models that remind us something of the old ones.
They are the training shoes of the 90s. Yes, the old sports shoes that our dads used to wear came back. There are some pairs of trainers that, as long as they pass, we can easily have them in our wardrobe.
Do you love to wear unmatched colours with an exaggerated moulded sole?
If yes you will love them!
The bulky maximalist sneakers are the next big thing. They’re an acquired taste and certainly not for everyone, but expect to see these statement pieces becoming increasingly prominent over the next season. The ultimate expression of this is the Balenciaga Triple S, which you will notice is currently sold out.
The “ugly” sneaker is the next progressive step following on from the normcore trend.
Sock- fit sneakers
If you're a fan of sock sneakers, you'll have to check out this trend.
The socks booties that we wear in the winter time now at the spring season are combined with the sports style.Those dynamic sneakers, are very comfortable and become a significant trend for the major sports companies. We usually find them without laces in different colours.
The authenticity is the key here, with designs remain at the same classic sneaker styles and colours.
After many years of coloured sneakers, the fashion returns to minimalism. A muted palette of whites sneakers is launched, in slim and elegant line that refers to what they wore in the 80's. The strict trainer's shoes became a tool to upgrade a stylish look.
In some of them, you may come across with some small fluo details that they are not so important to lose their classical simplicity.
In this category, there are sneakers with embroidery, decorative buckles, studs, cones etc. as well as logos, letters and drawings.
All those embellishments offer a colourful, playful look that they are successful, suitable for both fashion consumer and sports enthusiast. They are usually overdose embellished and not with small details and decorative touches.
In the U.S., 75% of sneakers are bought for aesthetics and lifestyle rather than performance, 'sports for fashion, not for fitness.'
There is a huge change to the casual athletic shoe. As a result, the traditional footwear manufacturers lose a portion of the pie.
But don’t forget that sneaker shopping is a deeply personal experience.