3 Ways to Style Sneakers

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The hallmark of a great pair of shoes is versatility. You know you’ve got your hands on something special when the same style works for brunch with friends, a day at the office, and a night out. Even better? When it’s super comfortable like a sneaker.

Thanks to the growing popularity of the category, it’s acceptable to wear them with any outfit iteration. Here, three expertly styled looks to prove the point.

For Work

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Gone are the days when only heels or polished flats were considered work appropriate. Now, you can take your favorite weekend shoe into the office too. Opt for a pair with subtle design touches: The contrasting sole and perforated detail of this slip-on brings a contemporary-cool vibe to classic suiting.

ECCO Soft 7 Slip-on, $150

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Styled with: Banana Republic Blazer; Banana Republic Pant; The Great T-shirt

For a Weekend Day

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Sundresses with fresh white sneakers is the springtime trend we’ll never get tired of. It’s also a lesson in multitasking, as the comfy shoe lets you go from brunch to errands to dinner.

ECCO Soft 7 Sneaker, $130

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Styled with: J.Crew Gingham Dress; Amour Vert Flat Hoops; Kayu Bag

For a Weekend Night

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Whether for a date or late night out with friends, modern PM dressing isn’t about a dictated style (e.g., stilettos and sexy, slinky “going out tops”). Personality counts, which is why we love wearing a retro-inspired tee, zip-side sneakers, and a cherry red bag.

ECCO Soft 7 Low Bootie, $150

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Styled with: Wilfred Free Skirt; Anine Bing Tee; Angela Roi Bag

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