Styling Sneaker Outfits with Different Colors

Styling sneaker outfits for spring

Styling Sneaker Outfits with Different Colors

Quote of the day: “It doesn’t matter how great your shoes are if you don’t accomplish anything in them.” Martina Boone

Now isn’t that a great quote? Goes to show how sneaker outfits are a perfect look for so many reasons.

What I love about sneakers right now is how they are so stylish as well as functional. And there are different ideas of how to wear them without looking sloppy.

My mom wore them to match her jeans, while I tried them with a dress. And in this example, Nancy wore a contrasting pair. How would you wear them? Of course you can see us all together too.

Leopard pants with sneaker outfits

Nancy’s Wearing

Jeans: WHBM-thrifted ~~Jacket: Forever 21 ~~Top: Coldwater Creek~~ Shoes: Jambu c/o~~Necklace: ~~Earrings: ~~Purse:

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Nancy’s Sneaker Outfit

I asked Nancy to wear an outfit that would contrast with the color of her sneakers. She has quite a few fun pair that work with so many of her looks.

And I always think it’s fun to have a pair that pops the outfit instead of matching per se.

Woman over 70 with sneaker outfits for fun


I love that Nancy even went with another color for her necklace and earrings. They are a purple yet work great with the outfit as they are still subdued.
She has a few of these choker necklaces and interchangeable pendants.

And the leopard sunnies? Now that’s a fun way to keep your eyes safe from the sun.

Ladies over 60 wearing sneaker outfits


Nancy’s pair of sneakers were gifted last spring from Jambu. Both my mom and Nancy chose this style yet in different colors. Nancy loves them because they are a fabulous color and she can wear them all day without them hurting.

Jambu is another brand of footwear that combines comfort and style. It’s been so refreshing to find small companies like these. And then to be given a discount is helpful too. Use the code JTOUCH19 valid for 20% off any purchase from now through 4/30/19.

How to style sneaker outfits with contrasting shoes


Nancy has really branched out, because she would describe herself as more of a classic style. Yet when we were shopping for pants lately, she was open to this leopard pair.

We have all seen leopard on everything, and jeans is no exception. The nice thing about this pair is they are a smaller print so they almost look like a solid from far away.

Modern sneaker outfits for older women


I bought this trench coat for Nancy’s birthday a couple of years ago. Being petite, it’s not always easy to find coats that aren’t overwhelming. But a cropped, swing version fit the bill perfectly.

This is a perfect example of how we should all be open about shopping at ANY store. I ordered this online from Forever 21, yet it’s not too young for her at all.

Fun with sneaker outfits


One detail that Nancy struggles with is a short neck. It’s one reason she doesn’t love long earrings or bulky scarves. Another item she fights with is turtlenecks. So she tends to stick with the mock turtlenecks instead.

How to style sneaker outfits

Photo credit: Rob Filogomo

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