We admit it, there's no wrong way to wear sneakers. That being said, it's easy to fall into an outfit rut, grabbing for the same jeans, tee, and footwear combination day after day. Luckily, all it takes is a little fresh inspiration to get you excited to try a little something new (because sometimes we just need to shake things up a bit).
Like most of us, celebrities turn to this comfortable-cool footwear to finish off their outfits, both for work and the weekends. So, we're turning to a few of their latest looks as a jumping-off point for fresh ways to wear your sneakers in 2017. So, no matter what you're up to, you'll be able to add some sneakers into the mix.
From Bella Hadid to Zoë Kravitz, keep reading to see how celebs are styling their sneakers now.
Bomber + Sweats + Sneakers
On Bella Hadid: Alpha Industries jacket; Givenchy purse; Nike shoes; Gentle Monster x Opening Ceremony sunglasses.
Gear up for your day off by pairing a bomber jacket with cool sweats and sneakers.
Checks + Skinny Jeans + Sneakers
On Katie Holmes: Adidas Superstar Shoes.
For an updated take on a classic look, try a patterned shirt with gray skinny jeans and clean white sneakers.
Distressed Jeans + Furry Coat + Sneakers
Long Coat + Black Sweater + Black Sneakers
On Zoë Kravitz: Balenciaga bag; Reebok sneakers.
Dare to wear all black, including sneakers that coordinate with your sleek look.
Oversize Sweatshirt + Tall Socks + Sneakers
On Rihanna: Vetements hoodie; Balenciaga Hooded Off-the-Shoulder Parka ($2750); Louis Vuitton Palm Springs Mini Backpack ($1910); Gucci Little William Embellished Ribbed Cotton-Blend Socks ($455); Maison Margiela Embellished Buckle Sneakers ($990).
Put a fresh spin on athleisure by styling an oversize sweatshirt with tall socks and sneakers.
Sweatsuit + Sneakers
Whether you're busy jet-setting or just taking it easy, try a sweatsuit and chic sneakers.
Track Pants + Structured Coat + Sneakers
On Victoria Beckham: Victoria Beckham coat, shirt, pants, sunglasses, and bag; Adidas Superstar Classic Sneaker ($80)
Yes, you can wear sneakers to the office. Try styling them with track pants and a structured coat.
In need of more outfit inspiration? This is the sneaker style celebs are currently styling with leggings!