I am here to share with you some of the best ways how to wear dress pants and sneakers. Cheaper than dress shoes, but more tailored than a pair of chucks, sneakers are the best option for a laid-back look look with dress pants. Whether you’re nipping to the corner store, big day at the office or heading out on a date, slip on a pair of stylish sneakers and you’ll look like you just stepped out of the pages of ’70s Vogue.
Today I bring you a fresh look on the ways how to combine sneakers with dress pants. If you’re a young lady, you know that kicks are the most versatile and comfortable of footwear options. But just like with the heels, you can’t always wear them, unless you’re a runway model.
Dress Pants And Sneakers
Yes, you can wear dress pants and sneakers, just make sure both look harmonious together. That’s why I decided to share with you some ideas on how to make them look cool and trendy together. I gathered my favorite street style images, where various fashionistas show us the best pants you can combine with different kicks.
Chunky sneakers are slightly dressier than your basic canvas tennis shoes, but they are still casual enough for everyday wear. Make sure your sneakers match the casualness of your outfit.
Neutral, solid color sneakers are the most casual way to dress your feet when you want a little versatility but don’t want to look like you’re wearing sneakers. They gonna look terrific with almost any dress pants.
Dress up with leather sneakers: Suede or leather kicks u a nice option to style with dressy pants, if you want to go out for a drink or a night out. This combo is perfect for office hours. Dress it up with a nice blouse and a blazer, or go for a casual update by adding a rock band tee and a leather jacket.
Dress it down with no-show socks: try wearing sneakers with no-show socks, or with invisible ones and complete it with cuffed dress pants, this way you gonna show off your charisma and individuality.
Stylish, but not too snug: Cuff your pants with a pair of clean white chunky sneakers, leaving a little ankle skin to show. Wear no-show socks to keep things even cleaner.
Sporty and chunky: Slip into a pair of thick-soled athletic sneakers in suede or leather. For an even sportier look, wear them with a pair of bright color dress pants and a hooded sweatshirt.
Classy, but casual: Show off a pair of black suede or leather sneakers, which are equally versatile. Complete this look by adding a classic pantsuit
Casual but conservative: Here you’ll want to stay away from anything that screams too much of a statement; the more casual you are, the less attention should be drawn to the shoes on your feet. I mean, go for a sweatshirt in neutral grey, black dress pants, and neutral kicks.
Navy Cuffed Pantsuit And Classic Black Converse
Grey Plaid Suit With Grey Kicks
Metallic Pink Kicks And Pinstripe Navy Pants
Plaid Grey Trousers And White Sporty Shoes
Fur White Kicks And Light Brown Cropped Slim Pants
Cropped Wide Pants In Navy And White Kicks
Gingham Pants And White Sneakers
Blush Kicks With Cropped Grey Pants
Grey Dress Pants With White Sneakers
Red Kicks With A Checkered Suit
Black Bootcut Pants With White Sporty Shoes
White Sneakers With Grey Pantsuit
Sneakers may be more casual than leather loafers or boots, but they’re just as versatile and easy to work into your schedule. And although they look sporty on your feet, you can still do anything in a pair of leather shoes—just lace them up a little tighter for the office or leave them loose for an evening out. Shine them up and strap on your favorite pair of pants in lieu of any dressier eveningwear you might have in the back of your closet. Then you’ll be ready for anything—a night out at the opera or a quick trip to the bar with friends.