How To Wear Sneakers To The Office

Okay there are some work environments where sneakers are a NO NO and even the most stylish sneaker will not pass the test.  But if you are in an office that has casual Fridays, or if you are in an everyday sneaker environment, than you want to make sure you pull off this look flawlessly.

1  Pick The Right Sneakers

With so many styles available, there is no excuse for not finding a stylish and classy shoe to incorporate into your office look.  There are so many designers these days that are designing shoes that are more office friendly office playing with neutral pattern and cool textures. We recommend to stay away from joggers or any gym shoe that will obviously scream your wearing sneakers to the office.  Instead, look for a comfortable slip on shoe which looks polished when matched with a pencil skirt or blazer.
 
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2  Mix & Match

The key to pulling of this look is to blend.  If you opt for an all casual outfit than your sneakers will play the part seamlessly.   Stay away from sneakers that are too flashy. We recommend pairing with a long skirt and a blouse.
 
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3  Fashionista’s Wear Sneaker Too

Okay so you are a fashionista that could wear a paper bag and still look amazing.  Perhaps you work in the fashion and PR world, but hey you are entitled to a sneaker day too without having your clients judging you. We recommend keeping it simple with one color.  You can never go wrong with black. Converse Chucks sneakers never seam to disappoint.  We recommend to keep it simple with minimal accessories.  Neutral lips, sunglasses and a chain bracelet.
 
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Nneka is the Creative Director and Founder of Raggs & Rattle Style. She has been a Runway Team Lead for Toronto Fashion Week and has been offered opportunities to work with New York Fashion Week. She loves scouting new creative talent and showcasing their work.

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