The day has come, my friends. We’ve finally moved over to a space where sneakers are not given a bad rap anymore. Moms can wear Reebok too! I mean, you can wear your sneakers with just about anything, these days! (Can you hear the angels singing?) It’s totally acceptable attire to wear Reebok with your two-piece fancy suit. And you can even wear your favourite white sneakers, with a dress, to a party! Yep – it’s a whole vibe! A vibe I’ve been waiting for my whole life, tbh.
For those moms who, like me, thrive on being as comfortable as possible, I’m sure you’ll agree when I say: what a glorious time to be alive! We don’t have to sacrifice style for comfort anymore. In fact, there are a bunch of stunning sneaker designs, that are great-looking, and comfy and they will suit just about any occasion! I found a few on Superbalist. Take a look:
The Reebok Club C Extra range has an exaggerated platform midsole, and white leather uppers, making it a really classic choice if you’re looking to pair your sneakers with a flowy dress. I would even pair these with a cute jumpsuit if I am looking for an amplified look without the discomfort of heels. You can find them here and here.
On the go
If you’re active and looking for a stunning pair of sneakers to do “sportsy” things in, I’ve found that a sleek design always helps to bring across the femininity that running shoes sometimes lack. These picks, from Reebok, offers a chunky sole (so on trend right now), are lightweight and they are really pretty to look at, which is a plus! You can find them here and here.
Make a statement
Show off your personality with a statement shoe! I found these gorgeous rose gold sneakers, with leather uppers, and I absolutely have to have them now! You can take a plain outfit from drab to fab with these sneakers, which features a bold metallic colour, asymmetrical design, and a stacked midsole, for height. I mean, these kicks are chic personified. You can find them here.
See? So moms CAN wear Reebok too! Which of these is your favourite?
This article was paid for by Superbalist.