STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Balancing All-White

April 26th, 2016 at 2:10am

Spring is always an interesting time of year. Fashionistas are blooming into the new spring trends of pleats, floral patterns, lightweight denim, Spanish influences, marled knits and of course all-white footwear. It is no secret that white is the color of the spring and summer. The all-white sneaker trend has made its way to the wardrobes of both Fashionistas and Fashionistos. The sneaker wave is a result of the excellent relaunch of the adidas Stan Smiths. After the relaunch, all-white sneakers became the foundation of footwear for all adopters. The all-white sneaker trend is the perfect complement to the everlasting athleisure style.

This Fashionista,understands the huge impact that all-white sneakers have made this season. Instead of pairing the adidas Stan Smiths with the usual athleisure style, she embraces her inner ‘70s rock star. The versatility of the all-white sneaker trend is what makes this look the foundation of footwear for the spring and summer season.

The Fashionista balances her all-white sneakers with a pair of destructed all-black denim. The skinny fit denim is the perfect fit to complement the silhouette of the sneakers. She wore a Pink Floyd band T-shirt to embrace the inner vibes of the late ‘70s. Cat eye sunglasses give this look a modern contemporary edge to the retro-inspired look. She layers the look with an acid-washed denim jacket. The perfect way to complement the all-white sneakers is pair them an all-black top and bottom.

The versatility of the all-white sneakers is what makes this trend a must-have for any Fashionista or Fashionisto. A Fashionisto would wear all-white sneakers with chino shorts, joggers or athletic shorts. Fashionistas have the opportunity to wear these sneakers with leggings, denim, shorts, dresses or skirts.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “I tend to find inspiration from my favorite Youtube vloggers. I am always checking to see the latest videos and see what they forecast as being the next trend of the season. I think if you are looking for second or third opinions on a trend, to do your research and see if it is worth adopting.”