Nov 6, 2012 >> Sneaker Roundup: Our favorite posh pairs
This season, there are plenty of covetable shoes hitting the shelves. And before you start buying your winter boots, there are still a few more balmy days ahead that might fare well with something a little lighter. We can’t get enough of the sneaker selections from classic lines like Vans to luxury designer Jimmy Choo’s sporty high-tops. G&F has added this complete sneaker list—in a variety of price points!—to our holiday wish list. Which pair are you pining over? Caveat: It may be difficult to pick just one.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Supergas 2750 Cotu Classic, $65
From MKA to ManRepeller, these Italian fashion sneakers are donning the feet of the who’s who in the style industry. Upgrade to these simple yet cool shoes, with a cool price to match.
Jeffrey Campbell Alva studded sneaker, $220
These snake embossed leather high-tops need to slither right onto your feet. The neutral color and brilliant studding will match just about any outfit.
Vans Guate Stripe Authentic sneaker, $55
Classic Vans have taken a tribal turn—for the best. It’s easy to dance away the night in these cool beauties.
Miu Miu studded toe patent leather sneaker, $495
Patent leather and studs, what more can a woman ask for in a new pair of shoes?
Nike Dunk Sky Hi wedge sneaker, $120
They may not be Isabel Marant’s, but Nike nailed it with these sporty kicks that provide a little bit of hidden height.
Jimmy Choo Tokyo glitter-finished suede sneakers, $495
Just because you’re wearing high-tops doesn’t mean you can’t make a statement. These Choo’s will shine like a disco ball with every step you take.
Yves Saint Laurent Malibu leopard-print calf-hair sneakers, $745
A little steep for a pair, but these YSL animal kicks are worth every penny.
Keds Champion Kimono Dot sneaker, $54.95
And on the other end of the spectrum, this classic shoe gets a modern update with a fresh new design. Running errands just got a little more chic.
-ANNIE DEL WALSH