Six Sassy Sneakers You Need For Spring!
Hello, fashionistas! With spring weather warming up our days, we’re so excited here at ShoeMall that we can’t stop obsessing over new styles. In our last post we talked about transitional shoe styles for spring. Today we want to share our favorite sneaker styles of the season—and put a new spring in your wardrobe’s step!
Puma Dare Trainer Sheen
If you love athleisure style, the Dare Trainer Sheen from Puma complements it with finesse. Featuring a mesh upper, hook-and-loop strap closure, and a comfort insert, this sneaker not only coordinates with your favorite athletic leggings but offers a lot of comfortable mileage.
Reebok AstroRide Walk
With its sleek silhouette and classic design, what’s not to love about the AstroRide Walk from Reebok? We love this versatile sneaker with a playful print dress and jean jacket—perfect for shopping at the first farmer’s markets!
Steve Madden Lancer
A hip update to the sneaker, the Lancer from Steve Madden refreshes your wardrobe with a monochromatic palette and extra-wide lacing detail. Because of its minimalism, this sneaker is perfect for experimenting with your business casual looks—just make sure to keep the lines of your top and bottom tailored. And if you need inspiration, check out this great post at aelida.com!
Skechers USA Moda Lazy Sundays
Keeping your casual-chic outfits comfortable and stylish is easy with the Lazy Sundays from Skechers USA Moda. Another classic and versatile sneaker, we love pairing this style with distressed jeans and a bomber jacket for a laid-back, cool look.
OTBT Star Dust
With perforations and unique cutout vamp, the Star Dust from OTBT gives your relaxed looks a fun new edge. We love the copper version of Star Dust with frayed hem skinnies, a graphic tee, and a jean jacket for an off-duty rocker look.
Steven By Steve Madden Carin
Give your casual Friday outfits a boost with the Carin from Steven by Steve Madden. Featuring a hidden wedge and a sleek stretch fabric upper, this sneaker is also great for incorporating into business casual attire: pair it with a dark, straight-leg pant, a printed blouse, and an open blazer for a relaxed, put-together style.