Every Fashion Person Wears These Iconic $55 Sneakers, so I Bought Them Too

So fresh.

Every Fashion Person Wears These Iconic $55 Sneakers, so I Bought Them Too

If you had to name one of the most iconic sneaker silhouettes out there, Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars would probably come to mind. The style (which was initially designed as a performance sneaker) has remained in the spotlight since the early 20th century. As we covered recently, the shoes continue to be a staple for many—including the fashion crowd—to complete their chic looks. Honestly, I feel like I see a smattering of outfits featuring Converse every single day as I scroll through IG.

While I recently invested in a pair from the JW Anderson collaboration, I felt inspired to go for a classic pair (those $55 black high-tops) because they honestly can go with pretty much everything and bring that cool, laid-back twist to an ensemble.

Do you live in Converse or want to follow my suit and stock your wardrobe with a fresh pair? Keep scrolling to uncover some of my favorite outfits featuring the iconic sneakers. If you’re interested, I also shopped out the looks in question, including a range of Converse sneakers that start at $55.

An oversize blazer belted over a tee and skirt is modern and polished with those classic Converse high-tops.

Can't beat an all-white look for a fresh summer vibe.

The black-and-white sneakers team flawlessly with the simple yet chic black and white-shirt–and-skirt combo.

This ensemble is quite effortless with the relaxed white jeans and breezy blouse.

A pair of Converse high-tops feel slightly unexpected (and so right) with a floral maxi dress.

Keep it sophisticated yet chill with a slouchy blazer, tee, white jeans, and trusty Converse.

This ensemble is where it's at with the straight-leg jeans, tee, and Converse. If it's chilly, toss on a leather jacket. If not, go without for an easy summer look.

Next, check out more cool sneakers to shop now.

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I Clean Out My Closet Twice a Month, But I Never Get Rid of These 8 Things

And neither should you.

I Clean Out My Closet Twice a Month, But I Never Get Rid of These 8 Things

I’ve always been big on cleaning out my closet and decluttering my space in general, but as we recently discussed, I’ve been on even more of a kick lately due to the extensive amount of time I’ve been spending at home. However, sharing some of the items we have purged from our wardrobes actually got me thinking about those pieces which I rarely, if ever, give the boot—and why.

I didn’t notice it at first, but once I made a list, it became painfully clear that among the eight categories you’re about to read about below, there’s actually one common theme: They always come back (or never go out of style in the first place). That's right. While items such as belts and eveningwear may seem more or less relevant over time, when you do need them, the versions you already own should typically do the trick. In other words, they're less susceptible to the trend cycle and don't need to be replaced as often, so rather than selling them and having to buy them again later, just keep the styles you own. To read about and shop all the categories that made the cut, just keep scrolling. 

If the recent returns of Fendi’s baguette, Dior’s saddle, and Prada’s nylon shoulder bags taught us anything it’s that holding on to a designer bag from five, 10, or even 15 years ago will save you a lot of money (and regret) when the brand reissues it, and it’s suddenly cool again.  

Belts are pretty much always considered a basic wardrobe necessity, but they have a funny way of becoming more or less relevant with each passing season. When they do come back into the spotlight, however, I’ve found that it’s not the belts themselves that have changed, but rather the way they’re worn or what they’re worn with.  

Now, I’m not talking about one-off bridesmaids dresses, but if you’ve ever invested in classic gowns or evening accessories such as heels and clutches, odds are they aren’t going out of style any time soon (and possibly weren’t cheap). Hold on to them instead of scrambling to shop for future events. You’ll be happy you did.

Whether it was an investment or affordable find, a classic jewelry piece is simply that—classic. I never get rid of such pieces (which include rings, delicate bracelets, and chain necklaces) because while I might go extended periods without wearing them, they always seem to find a way back into my rotation eventually.

I've definitely bought my fair share of trendy coats and jackets over the years—most of which I've ended up selling or donating—but when I find a good, timeless item such as a blazer, trench, or leather piece, I like to hold on to it. They're often much more expensive to replace than whatever you could sell them for, and a polished coat is always a safe way to save an outfit.

High-quality, simple sweaters can be expensive, but if you take care of them, they can also last you years and are likely to still feel forward-looking. For this reason, I have a handful of cashmere and wool styles that I’ve been wearing for five-plus years and don’t plan to get rid of any time soon.

Whether you wear them on their own or as under-layers, silky slip dresses, skirts, and camis are essential for any wardrobe and have been for decades. Perhaps that’s why a slip dress you could buy today looks a lot like the ones in some of our favorite ’90s fashion snaps, and it’s also the reason you never need to get rid of the ones you already own.

If someone asked me what a trendy scarf looks like, I don’t think I’d be able to answer them because I don’t think such a thing exists. Whether they’re silky or for cold weather, the world of scarves remains relatively unchanged over the years, so the ones you own should be able to stick with you for the long haul.

Next: eight random trends that are definitely a thing right now.

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