What to wear with fluorescent sneakers and which models to pay attention to
Fluorescent sneakers will come to the rescue if you want to add color to a classic outfit or are simply looking for shoes to match your favorite bright sweater; like Hailey Bieber, who completes her basic look with a trench coat and loose jeans by choosing the most coveted Nike x Martin Rose in yellow and orange (we will talk about the model in category No. 7 of our selection).
If you’re looking for outfit inspiration and want to discover the fluorescent sneakers worn by celebrities and fashionistas, take a look at our colorful selection!
A selection of fluorescent sneakers inspired by street looks:
#1 Fluorescent green sneakers
Taking inspiration from the image casual chic by Tamara Kalinich, you can wear fluorescent sneakers to jazz up a formal outfit of tailored trousers and a blazer (if you’re not sure how to wear a blazer, take a look at our fashion ideas).
This particular Air Force 1 was born out of a collaboration between Off-White and Nike Air Force; The shoe features a bright green leather upper that matches both the midsole and laces, while the Swoosh is finished in a metallic silver colorway with raised stitching.
#2 Fluorescent orange sneakers
This look uses fluorescent sneakers to complete an already vibrant outfit, consisting of a soft and wrinkled pajama-style suit (because wrinkled is cool right now, as we tell you here) and a canary yellow bomber jacket.
The style and design are very similar to the model in the photo, but in an even richer orange hue. We have the Skechers Street Uno – Night Shades; The upper is made from a technical smooth material, and the footbed makes the shoe extra comfortable thanks to Ait Cooler Memory Foam technology, as well as an exposed, super-cushioned air midsole.
No. 3. Electric blue sneakers.
Jourdan Dunn wears fluorescent sneakers for a decidedly casual look, consisting of soft cargo pants in red, almost burgundy, and a very subtle fluorescent yellow t-shirt with Nike details.
The electric blue sneaker worn by Jourdan Dunn was created in collaboration with AMBUSH and features not only a vibrant color combination, but also the iconic “exaggerated” swoosh logos on the sides that extend beyond the shoe, giving the shoe a unique look. three-dimensional effect.
#4 Fluorescent yellow sneakers
Heidi Klum opts for fluorescent yellow sneakers to make her outfit pop.”from airport“, where we must at all costs give preference to the comfort and practicality of clothing; For this reason, pair the shoes with a black vinyl-look tracksuit consisting of trousers + bomber sweatshirt.
The model Heidi Klum wears is called Track and it’s signed Balenciaga; The sneakers are made entirely of mesh, are lightweight and breathable, and feature a classic lace-up front closure. The toe box remains blunt with the addition of a logo embossed on the end of the insole, while the chunky outsole is made of rubber in the same shade as the upper.
#5 Fluorescent pink sneakers
To remember the Barbiecore trend that accompanied us throughout the summer season, we couldn’t help but include a hot pink sneaker model; In this look, sneakers were definitely chosen to break up a very classic outfit with neutral colors ranging from beige to brown.
Shown here is the Air Humara LX Pink x Jacquemus, which features layered leather split into shaggy suede on the outside, matte leather on the front, and mesh lining across much of the upper; This time the Swoosh comes in a mini version and is gold plated.
Alternatively, if you’re looking for a colorful, high-performance sneaker that can be used even during sports, we have the HOKA Mach 5: this all-new model offers an even more comfortable shoe with a mesh upper and flat tongue. fit with a soft foam midsole and lightweight, breathable canvas. If you like Hoka but pink isn’t your thing, head here to check out the other styles.
#6 Multi-colored fluorescent sneakers
When one color is not enough for you, but you want a real explosion to wear the same colorful look, multi-colored sneakers, naturally in fluorescent shades, come to the rescue; like Gres Ghanem, who wears rare Asics sneakers
Considering that the model pictured is, as previously mentioned, nearly impossible to find, we’ve found an Asics alternative that’s just as on-trend and just as striking. What makes this shoe special is the color, inspired by Van Gogh’s paintings and his unmistakable brushstrokes. Thanks to the new PureGEL technology and a special cushioning system, the shoes remain very light and at the same time very comfortable.
Saukoni model Jazz O’ Originals It’s a classic, inspired by the iconic model released in 1981; The upper is made from suede alternating with tonal nylon, which is perforated and breathable, while the outsole contrasts and follows the bright details of the upper, hence the neon yellow and light blue. Additionally, since the midsole is made from soft Eva foam, it provides an especially comfortable and soft fit.
No. 7. Popular sneakers: Nike X Martine Rose.
Last but not least, the coveted Nike X Martine Rose sneakers are among the undisputed streetwear trends for the coming seasons; Wear as an addition to a casual jeans + sweatshirt look or with a matching long dress and leather jacket.
The design of these sneakers is very distinctive: an almost “slipper” shape, high columns on the heel and a square toe; The sneakers are made from synthetic leather with textured padding, and the design and eye-catching colors are inspired by football and modern style.
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