Sneakers: Best Styles and Selection From All Your Favorite Fashion Stores28,988 products
Mizuno Women's Wave Inspire 15 Running Shoe, Size: 6.5 B, Lavender Frost/Silver
Azura Women's Kleora Vegan Heeled Sandal, Size: 40 M, Beige Snake Print Vegan
About SneakersSneakers aren’t just for jogging and gym class, ladies! With so many styles, colors and details to choose from, sneakers are the perfect kicks for any occasion. Dress them up, dress them down … do anything you like. It’s your universe. We’re just living in it.Looking for a trendy shoe that’s also practical? Sneakers have you covered. Perfect for pairing with classics, like skinny distressed dark-wash jeans and cotton t-shirts, sneakers also look great with a sleek pair of leggings and a graphic hoodie.
Sneakers aren’t just for jogging and gym class, ladies! With so many styles, colors and details to choose from, sneakers are the perfect kicks for any occasion. Dress them up, dress them down … do anything you like. It’s your universe. We’re just living in it.
Looking for a trendy shoe that’s also practical? Sneakers have you covered. Perfect for pairing with classics, like skinny distressed dark-wash jeans and cotton t-shirts, sneakers also look great with a sleek pair of leggings and a graphic hoodie.
Sneakers had a rather humble beginning. In the late 18th century, the poor fashioned rubber-soled shoes called plimsolls. Having neither a left or right foot, plimsolls were inexpensive to make yet durable and comfortable, which suited the poorer populace perfectly.
Tennis shoes as we know them were not mass-produced until 1916 when a U.S. rubber company produced a rubber-soled shoe with a canvas top. They called the shoes Keds – you may have heard of them.
Sneakers – aptly named because they made less noise than hard-soled shoes – were desperately needed by sailors looking for a slip-resistant deck shoe. They were also clamored after by the wealthy who used them as a sporting shoe.
Today, sneakers are America’s favorite shoe for work, sports and leisure. And they do make quite the fashion statement.
Types of Sneakers
With so many sneakers to choose from, how’s a girl to choose? Don’t worry! We have put together a sneak peek of some of our favorite styles. The only problem you’ll have is where to store them. A closet upgrade might be in your future!
With a low-profile style and endless design options, low-top sneakers are by far the most popular type of sneaker. Identified by a scooped wide mouth, low-tops are ideal for practical pursuits, such as jogging and making a round at the food court.
Whether you’re looking for a high-performance shoe to help you reach your next fitness goal or a sweet pair of kicks to lounge the night away in, sneakers are for you. From high-end designer numbers to rugged outdoor and athletic shoes, our sneakers will bring out the best in you.
Need an edge to break your speed record? A new pair of runners may just do the trick. From a leather pair of racers to a light, airy canvas shoe, running shoes have everything you’re looking for in a performance shoe. And they’re not bad to look at either. Pro tip: they’re stunning with dark grey fitted leggings.
Asics Women's Gel-excite 6 Running Sneakers from Finish Line
Nike Women's Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Shield Running Sneakers from Finish Line
Adidas Women's Retrorun Running Sneakers from Finish Line
Nike Women's Air Max 200 Running Sneakers from Finish Line
Adidas Women's UltraBOOST S & L Running Sneakers from Finish Line
Skechers Women's Relaxed Fit Comfort Flex Happy Tails Athletic Work Sneakers from Finish Line
Nike Women's Legend React 2 Shield Running Sneakers from Finish Line
Nothing pays homage to your inner child like a pair of glitter sneakers. Playful, fun and unexpected, glitter shoes are that flashy punch you’ve been looking for. Dare to go glam with full-on glitter or choose a more subtle pattern with glitter accents. Whatever you choose, you won’t be wrong.
Metallic sneakers are hot and so in this season! From classic silver and gold to soft, romantic rose gold, metallic shoes are the ideal way to add that finishing touch to your ensemble. To really make metallic sneakers pop, wear them with a monotone outfit, such as black fitted leggings and white t-shirt.
Perforated sneakers are flirty, fun and unbelievably stylish. From a dainty canvas shoe featuring eyelet punches in a floral pattern to a mean, metallic number with a bold design, perforated sneakers are what every girl dreams of.
Michael Michael Kors jewellery embellished sneakers - Black
Blumarine crystal embellished sneakers - Black
Hogan sequin embellished sneakers - Black
Marco De Vincenzo x Superga glitter-embellished sneakers - GOLD
Chiara Ferragni embellished slip-on sneakers - Black
Dolce & Gabbana heart and stud embellished Portofino sneakers - White
Philipp Plein Lo-Top crystal embellished sneakers - NEUTRALS
For a secure closure, choose sneakers with laces. Laces allow you to close the shoe tightly or leave it a little loose, depending on the fit and what you find comfortable. Laces also add an additional element or splash of color that may just push your look over the top.
Sneakers with strap closures are not only cute, they’re practical. Constructed with long straps that fit a wide range of individuals, strapped sneakers are ideal for those who have wide feet. The fast, easy closure associated with strapped shoes also make them a favorite among those who like to get ready and get out the door in a flash.
Tennis shoes with zippers offer a wide range of possibilities when it comes to fashion and design. Side zip closures are trendy and fun as are top zip closures. To give your style the ultimate edge, opt for sneakers with multiple decorative zippers.
Popular Sneaker Materials
For ultimate durability and longevity, choose synthetic sneakers. They are cost effective, environmentally friendly and hold their shape longer than shoes made from other materials. Perfect for outdoor activities, shoes constructed with synthetic materials are also usually waterproof, which means you’ll be ready for whatever the day throws at you.
The lovely, matte finish of suede sneakers makes them a favorite among fashionistas everywhere. Ideal for the fall and winter months, suede shoes offer comfort, style and warmth. So, when the cool wind blows, pull out your suede sneakers. Cold days were made for suede.
Top Colors for Sneakers
Looking for a casual shoe that goes with everything. Try neutral light grey sneakers. Whether you like soft, buff grey or metallic silver with thick and bold black accents, grey shoes are the way to go.
Premiata Scarlett sneakers - Grey
Nike Women's Air Max2 Light Sneaker, Size 5.5 M - White
Dr. Scholl's Women's No Chill Sneaker, Size 8.5 M - Grey
Chocolat Blu Women's Nala Sneaker, Size 6.5-7US / 37EU - Grey
Whether they’re embellished with bling or a styled to be a monotone masterpiece, black sneakers have that timeless look you crave. Some popular design elements for black tennis shoes include metal buckles, fur trim, metallic accents, sequins and more.
If you think you can never have enough bling, gold sneakers are for you. Fairly glistening with metallic accents, glitter and tough metal studs, gold shoes are a perfect way to flaunt your glamorous side.
There’s Always a Sale
Who doesn’t love a great sale? If you’re looking to expand your shoe collection with some of our famous name brands, check out the latest sales on sneakers.
Best Sneaker Brands
Affordable Sneaker Brands
Converse Chuck 70 Hi-Top Trainers - Parchment/Garnet/Egret - UK 11 - Cream/White/Beige
Converse Archive Print Lucky Star Hi-Top Trainers - Driftwood/Light Fawn/Black - UK 10 - Brown
Converse Women's One Star Lugged Spacecraft Ox Trainers - Black/Habanera Red - UK 6 - Black
Nike Downshifter 9 Running Sneaker
New Balance 220 Classic Sneaker
adidas Terrex CMTK Trail Running Shoe
adidas Terrex Speed LD Trail Running Shoe
PUMA Carson 2 Knit Sneaker
PUMA Smash v2 Leather Sneaker
New Balance Vero Racer V1 Fresh Foam Running Sneaker - Wide Width Available
Nike Quest Lightweight Running Sneaker
Nike Flex Trainer Training Sneaker
Nike Legend Essential Sneaker
Luxury Sneaker Brands
Sneakers for 2019 are trending whimsical, edgy and fun. A few sneakers that are making waves this season include sock sneakers, thigh-high sneakers and platforms. If you’re feeling a bit glamorous some satin sneakers or a sneaker with a big, shiny bow might do the trick.
Of course, suede sneakers will continue to be popular, but be on the lookout for far-out embellishments, such as appliques, fur and printed leather.
Sneakers in Pop Culture/What Are Celebs Wearing?
Want to know what sneakers your favorite celebs are wearing? The Triple S sneaker from Balenciaga and the Stan Smith from Adidas are Hollywood favorites, as are Gucci’s Ace.
How are celebrities stepping out in their casual kicks? Freida Pinto recently paired a plain pair of runners with a denim dress for a clean, simple afternoon look. Kendall Jenner recently looked smashing in a pair of multi-color sneakers combined with crisp black jeans and a red long-sleeved top.
Sneakers – A Closet Staple
In conclusion, sneakers are versatile, durable and trendy. And there’s no such thing as having too many sneakers! Be sure to keep plenty of classics on hand but also don’t be afraid to try new things, like a pair of suede sneakers with fur pom poms. Sneakers don’t have to be an afterthought. You can style your entire look around them!
Merrell Women's Bare Access Flex Trainer, Size: 8.5 M, Black Mesh
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