Blackpink’s Lisa is set to become a style reference for an entire generation. The Thai singer appreciates styles that echo the streetwear ensembles that major fashion houses are offering in 2022. The truth is, her looks confirm that the idea of wearing comfortable and functional pieces does not conflict with luxury. A proof that we can see when she arrives at Seoul airport wearing white platform sneakers.
The sneaker silhouette in question is part of the tennis trends for Fall-Winter 2022, a design seen on the Celine catwalk starting this season. And while it was tailoring that appropriated the sneakers acclaimed during the show, Lalisa Manoban approves of an association with loose black and leather-effect pants. Touch that adds effortless feel? A lightweight knit sweatshirt with a cropped silhouette in grey.
How to Wear White Platform Sneakers According to Blackpink’s Lisa
The Kpop singer knows there’s no room for error when it comes to creating a look that sticks to the same color palette. His white sneakers with black stripes blend in with the pants, avoiding drastic contrasts. Likewise, the gray of her hoodie belongs to the neutral colors that never fail during the fall and the bag of the French firm is the accessory that adds the finishing touch.
Summer and autumn, white tennis shoe designs do not exclude the platform sole. Brands like Loewe and Ann Demeulemeester showcased them on the catwalks of Fashion Weeks, and style influencers replicated them with sports brands like Nike and Adidas.
Unlike wedge sneakers, the ones worn by Blackpink’s Lisa are more in tune with laid-back, easy-to-imitate looks that keep you walking for hours with the benefit of wearing a few extra inches. Do we need these sneakers in the fall? The answer is obvious.
This article first appeared on vogue.mx.
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