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sneaker trend

Okay I am in, let’s rock this sneaker trend

The girl with the skirts and high heels has caved! I am rocking this sneaker trend too, because.. it’s just so comfortable! Of course I own sneakers, for years already but it wasn’t my way of dressing up though. Of course this trend is already here for a while but I just assumed it would pass like so many other trends. I am not that tall, only 1.70 m so I prefer to wear heels to make me feel slightly taller and lot more elegant.

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I picked these up at the Nike outlet

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It all started with these Nike Air’s. I bought these about six months ago in an outlet store in Amsterdam. They wear so comfortable and I really liked the style and colors but with my size 7 (EU 40-41) I always feel like my feet look huge in these. Lots of people have told me they don’t look big but from where I stand they look like it. Well, seeing these photos make me realize they’re okay. The reason why I shopped these at the outlet is because I figured I wouldn’t be wearing these a lot so let’s start cheap. It took me a while to get used to these though. Then again, I just bought myself another pain in black! Perhaps one of the reasons for not wearing them is because I love to match everything. I shopped this tee with the regular H&M collection and I’m wearing a size XL. I loved these sequins and together with some pink lips it made my outfit a lot more feminine. The blazer I have shown you before in a city chic way, check it here but now I am wearing it casual. It’s from Plus Basics, color gray. These jeans are made from jog denim and fit me perfectly, I am wearing a size 20 from Primark. To go girly all the way I choose these pink earrings from Action, a low budget shop. So, do you like this casual look on me?

blazer Plus Basics
t-shirt H&M
jeans Primark
sneakers Nike
earrings Action

 

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