White Sneakers: The Latest Fashion Trend Bollywood Is Obsessed With
For those who’re still wondering how to play up your white footwear; we bring you some celebrity-inspired ways to glam up your look.
If there’s any trend that came and never left - it’s definitely an-all white sneakers style. Be it your favourite celebrity or your next door neighbour; everyone seems to own a pair. What started as a unique edition by a popular sports brand ended up reigning supreme.
Remember when you were school kids and you hated those plain white PT shoes? Look like they’re back in action and are here to stay. With the creativity and varied styles that our celebs are using to style it, this trend boasts a breath of freshness every time.
While some like to team it with a pair of haute pants, others like to wear it with flirty dresses. Still others love the combination of denims and milky white footwear. No matter what your pick is, white sneakers never disappoint.
Of the many reasons that celebrities are still rocking this white sneakers trend, one is because of the sophistication it speaks of. Denims, dresses, tuxedos, dhoti pants; sport it with anything and you’re set to mark a style statement.
White doesn’t discriminate; no gender bias, no favourable kilos and no drift towards height. Probably this is one reason behind its consistent stay in everyone’s wardrobe.
Because of its easy availability and comfy feel, a lot of the people opt for it even when it’s heavy monsoon everywhere. When white doesn’t really remain white but since you’ve got it so you ought to flaunt it! For those who’re still wondering how to play up your white footwear; we bring you some celebrity-inspired ways to glam up your look.
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