A blank canvas can inspire so many things. That’s why we love Converse—there are tons of different ways to wear them! Check out a few of our favorite ways to style this wardrobe staple in the springtime.
The nautical look is a spring classic. Getting dressed is a breeze with a red shirt, high-waisted shorts and Converse in navy. Throw on a lightweight striped gray and white scarf to complete the look. Extra points for nautical-inspired accessories.
Nothing looks more put-together (or feels more comfortable!) than a romper in the spring. Find one in a basic color like gray, then accessorize with fun pops of color and texture. Think a sweater tied around your waist, a jean vest and an armful of rose gold and silver bracelets. Finish off this look with a pair of dark gray Converse with pink double tongues.
Spring is all about the contrasts in temperature—so try to shake things up in your style! Pair two unlikely looks together, like a floral dress and some sporty sneaks. We love just about any dress with white Converse high tops. Pull it all together with a bag in a fun spring color like teal.
It’s hard not to love the boyfriend jean. And when paired with Converse, they can up the cool factor in any outfit. For a look that’s bold and feminine, slip a floral blazer over a printed top—have fun mixing the patterns! Then, roll up some distressed-denim jeans to show off your black Converse. See? Effortlessly cool.
Which looks are you excited to try out this spring?
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