I had an accidental discovery while browsing Shopbop the other day. I stumbled upon some beautiful and affordable sneakers from Chicago label “BucketFeet”.
Similar to Threadless, BucketFeet welcomes artists to submit their artwork and selects the best works to be printed on sneakers, lace-ups and flip-flops.
I bought this pair of slip-ons designed by Elena Camps.
The “Dress with Sneakers” trend is big this year and and as a result, there is so much more variety of sneakers to shop for this season.
First off, let’s admire some amazing “Dress with Sneakers’ #OOTD, courtesy of Popsugar.
I had the opportunity to preview upcoming PUMA collaboration sneakers a couple of weeks back. These limited edition footwear will hit PUMA boutiques and authorised dealers here come July 2014.
McQ by Alexander McQueen: With previous successful collaborations with Alexander McQueen, PUMA has collaborated this time with the diffusion label McQ to present a range of footwear inspired by human anatomy. Featured above are some fierce wedges named the Leap made with soft Nubuck leather for the upper and plush leather overlays.
I visited Changi Airport today to visit the Tory Burch store at Terminal 1. Here’s my outfit today – debuting my new Peter Pilotto for Target Geometric Print Canvas Sneakers!
Romper: Victoria’s Secrets | Tank: Uniqlo | Necklace: Bangkok | Shoes: Peter Pilotto for Target (Still available!)
I paired this outfit with the new Robinsons Basket Weave tote from Tory Burch – simply grabbed it from the store and posed for a photo! Haha.
A reader, Sani, recently asked me if I could suggest which colours she should wear to match with her new sneakers.
Here are the colours on her hi-top sneakers. I have posted the picture on my Facebook page, you can check out the shoes and other responses here.
The three stripes mark is probably synonymous to the adidas brand. While the brand’s offering has evolved over the years and through different collaborations, the iconic adidas Originals range had withstood the test of time and remain fashionable and trendy today.
I was invited to adidas Originals “Create your own Legacy” event a couple of weeks ago at Marina Bay Sands. There were several familiar designs, such as the track suit with three stripes which was recently popularised again by Sue Sylvester. I was pleasantly surprised by plenty of everyday wear, as well as the adorable Jeremy Scott for adidas sneakers at the store!
I decided to do a clash on prints over the weekend. After all, with my very serious day job, I can only go crazy on my sartorial sense during the weekend.
Checked Shirt: Forever 21 | Polka dot skirt: Cotton On | Satchel: Furla |
Sneakers: Courtesy of Feiyue