5 Pairs Of Pink Sneakers To Buy Now
Another option from the white sneakers
Once upon a time, sneakers were only reserved for weekends and gym classes. Today, they’re a central part of the fashion landscape, appropriate for far more than just the treadmill and school run. Our favourite way to wear them this season, however, is in pink.
Perfect for injecting a pop of colour into a neutral summer wardrobe, pink sneakers will go with everything from jeans to floral dresses. And there’s something to suit every taste – from Acne Studios’ minimal design to Adidas’ iconic Ultraboost, here are our 5 favourite pairs of pink sneakers to buy now.
ADIDAS Ultraboost Pink
Functional, comfortable and cool enough to wear outside the gym, Adidas’ Ultraboost sneakers are the easiest way to dress down any look. While clean whites never go out of style, we love that this pastel-pink pair will inject a subtle pop of colour into any outfit.
ACNE STUDIOS ADRIANA SNEAKERS
We love these minimal, Barbie-pink Adriana sneakers from Acne Studios. With the colour doing all the talking, this pared-back design is made from soft leather and features the brand’s iconic removable emoji patch. The beauty of these sneakers is that they can be worn with just about anything; try them with midi dresses, tailored pants or simple jeans and T-shirts - just making sure to keep the rest of your palette neutral.
NEW BALANCE NEW BALANCE 996 TRAINERS IN PINK
Giving us a joyous hit of nostalgia, we love these revived New Balance 996 sneakers in a blush-pink colourway. With a cool, retro-sports vibe, they’re made from suede and feature the brand’s ‘N’ logo on the sides. Enhance their old-school vibe by wearing them with track pants and a sweater, or elevate them with a silky slip dress.
NIKE AIR FORCE 1 SHADOW TRAINERS
Nike’s Air Force 1 sneakers are some of the most sought-after styles around. Playing with the proportions of its signature Air Force 1 design, this Shadow style doubles up on all the signature details of the original, featuring a layered Swoosh logo and thicker soles. We love that the pop of pink offers a cool edge without being too overpowering.
VANS OLD SKOOL PLATFORM SUEDE TRAINERS
Vans first debuted its Old Skool sneakers back in 1977 and today they are just as popular with the fashion set as they are with skateboarders. Featuring the brand’s instantly recognizable stripes at the sides, this pale-pink colourway is made from suede and set on sturdy rubber platform soles. Wear them with sweatpants and a knit for daytime casual, or with smart tailored pants and a crisp white shirt for the office.