How To Wear Sneakers In Winter In 8 Easy, Fashion-Forward Outfits
Your New Year resolutions are in full swing: You've already signed up for a month of yoga classes, you finally scrubbed the bath tub, and you stocked up on new novels to dig into. Now, you're looking to your wardrobe, and how it can serve you better in the coming months. One easy way to breathe new life into your style is to find some fresh inspiration for your favorite basics.
Now that the holiday season is officially over, give your feet a much needed break from the heeled boots and stilettos you’ve been sporting for the last month: Instead, kick your old-weather style up a notch by reimagining how to wear sneakers this winter.
No matter what your style is, sneakers are a foolproof way to stay comfortably trendy during the winter months, especially with the addition of cozy wool socks. Statement styles combined with fresh trends (hello, slip dresses and cargo pants) will help you kick start the year feeling confident. Below, you'll find eight easy to recreate winter sneaker outfits to get you out of your boot-rut and comfortable in the new year. Your other resolutions may peter out by February or March, but your style upgrade won't be going anywhere.
Blazer + Bright Slip Dress + Trousers + White Sneakers
As temperatures dip low, play around with layers in unexpected ways. Reimagine a simple blazer and trouser outfit by throwing an electric green slip dress on top. A pair of white kicks finish the look off in an effortless way.
Juno Jacket in Check
Jadi Silk-blend Slip Dress
Original Achilles Sneaker
Athletic Sneakers + Matching Coat + White Pants + Contrasting Socks
Give your athletic sneakers a refresh by pairing them with a matching coat in the same color. Keeping your pants neutral gives a funkier sneaker a sophisticated feel. Add a sock in a contrasting hue to keep your ankles warm all day.
Cotton Cropped Pants
Plain Ribbed Ankle Socks
Air Max Plus in Black/Chamois/Sky Blue/Hyper Blue
Neutral Tonal Outfit + White Sneakers
Embrace the neutral fashion trend by sporting traditional subdued tones from head-to-toe. Structured pieces like a wool coat and trousers contrast a simple white sneaker. Finish off the look with coordinated accessories that will keep you warm in style.
Wave Bucket Hat in Beige
Lack of Color
Robe Coat in Check
Wide Leg Tailored Trousers
White & Black Archetype Jacquard Logo Scarf
White Sonnie Sneakers
White Denim + Statement Sweater + Black Sneakers
Bring back your favorite throwback high tops by styling them with white denim and a chunky statement knit. A pullover sweater in a bold hue (whether it be bright orange-red or slime green) looks cool when contrasted with a pair of utilitarian white jeans. A pair of black sneakers on the bottom adds another layer of contrast to brighten up a cold, winter day.
Straight Leg Jeans
Calvin Klein Jeans Est.
Black Shiny Francy High-Top Sneakers
Fluorescent Yellow Suit + Slime Green Turtleneck + White Running Sneakers
A plain white running sneaker is the perfect foil to a neon color-block look. 2019 is all about suiting and bold shades, so an ensemble that marries the two is right on trend. If full-on color is too much, consider a suit in a subtler hue like navy or maroon and choose a brighter top and sleek sneakers.
Kiss Front Blazer With Button in Lemon
High Waisted Trouser With Belt
Curve Turtleneck Sweater In Green
Cargo Pants + White Top + Neutral Sneakers
Cargo pants are back in style, and throwing them on with a pair of neutral shoes helps to elevate the trend. A simple white tee helps balance out the utilitarian attitude of the pants. Throw a puffer jacket on top and you have the perfect cold-weather uniform.
The Pima Micro Rib Scoop-Neck
Camouflage High-Waist Cargo Pants
Classic Leather Sneakers
Bold Wrap Dress + Printed Logo Tights + Color-blocking Sneakers
Tights and sneakers might not be the first combination you consider when dressing in winter, but there's no duo more comfortable. For a more statement-making ensemble, choose printed pieces that you can mix and match. For something subtler, consider choosing all black.
Pleated Wrap Dress
Slalom Tights With Printed Logo
Falcon Sneaker in Blue
Teddy Bear Coat + White Puffer Coat + White Joggers + Sock Sneakers
If you’ve written off white for winter, it’s time to give it another chance. A white monochrome look with a sock sneaker is a more polished take on sporty dressing. A streamlined coat makes even the most casual ensemble feel a bit more sophisticated.
Faux Shearling Teddy Coat
& Other Stories
Offset Puffer Jacket
Track Pants in White
MM6 Maison Margiela
Speed Trainer Sneakers