June 28, 2012
Pattern or Bright-Colored Sneakers
One of the trends I'm becoming a fan of, although it took me awhile to get there is plaid or patterned sneakers. At first I thought they were only for teenages and skaters, but since then I've seen these adorable patterned shoes paired with skinny pants, jeans, skirts and even dresses for people of all ages.
The first picture features Keds Women's Champion Laceless Plaid Slip-On Fashion Sneaker. I love the colors in these shoes - pinks, greens, yellows and blues. Plenty of colors to work with. I like these because they help turn a semi-dressy outfit into an every day outfit, but keeping it fashionable.
The second picture showcases Grasshoppers Women's Bustle Oxford. I love these vibrant red shoes with a hint of pink plaid around the heel. For those individuals who want comfortable, supportive shoes but still care about being fashionable, this is a great option!
I think people of all ages can wear these bright shoes to add some visual interest to muted or neutral outfits.
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