Sneakers With Your Everyday Outfit

How to Match Sneakers With Your Everyday Outfit


If there is a versatile staple out there, it's sneakers! And our Footloose favourite is the Manhattan, available in black and white.You can dress them up or make them super athleisure with leggings, or even go right in between for business casual.You can basically wear them with ANYTHING! Check out a couple of looks below to inspire you this Winter.





1. Smart Casual 

Blazers are a wardrobe essential this season. Not only are they perfect for layering and dressing up an outfit, they pair with everything from dresses to jeans. Team yours with Manhattan in black for an effortless chic look.TIP: Go for solid colours and classic looks (stripes or prints like leopard). These aren't your fancy running shoes, but your super comfy all-day shoes.





2. Weekend Casual 

Jeans and a graphic tee, finished off with your favourite jacket and Manhattan sneakers in white. Keeping your jeans cropped or rolled will show off your ankle, creating a slimming effect and really showcasing the sneakers.TIP: Don't wear socks or use low-rider socks that don't show if the thought of naked feet in your closed-in shoes makes you squeamish!


Five Ways to Wear Ankle Boots

NEED SOME INSPIRATION TO WEAR YOUR ANKLE BOOTS WELL?

CHECK OUT THE FIVE DIFFERENT WAYS TO WEAR ANKLE BOOTS FEATURING A RANGE OF FOOTLOOSE STYLES.







1. Cuffed

When wearing jeans with booties, an exposed ankle is key to keeping your ankles looking as slim as possible. One of the ways to create this gap between the jeans and boots is a cuffed hem. Tip: Try this look with a longer pair of skinny jeans, rather than an ankle length pair.






2. Half Cuffed

One of our favourite looks when pairing jeans with ankle boots is the half cuff. It’s an effortless look and is fun when paired with an oversized tee and sunglasses for a weekend with friends. Tip: To make this look as effortless as possible, don’t make your half cuffs match.







3. Tucked

Tucking your skinny jeans into your ankle boots creates a long, lean leg line. Tip: Some jeans aren’t quite fitted enough at the ankle to allow for this look to work, so a long pair of leggings can work well here too.








4. Cropped

There’s no better way to show off your favourite pair of ankle boots. Cropped jeans are a major fashion trend and a reliable, all-round wardrobe essential. Opting for a cropped design will show off your ankle boots best and provide a balanced appearance.






5. Rolled

Rolled or double cuffed jeans are a cute look with booties, allowing for a little bit of your ankle to show through and highlighting that skinny area down there. Tip: This look works best with skinny jeans. Straight-legged or wider-legged jeans can shorten your leg line when rolled.