There’s a reason white sneakers remain timeless: They’re simple, versatile, and they make our lives so much easier. Can you count all the times you woke up, got dressed, and slipped into your favorite white pair without even thinking if it looked good with your outfit? You didn’t have to, because it always complemented whatever you wore. So, if you’re looking for more options to add to your rotation of white kicks or simply looking for a replacement to your worn out pair, you’re in the right place.
Adidas gives the perennial tennis sneaker a fresh update with a crisp triple white colorway perfect for those who love anything minimalist. It features more precise stitching for a smoother, cleaner aesthetic.
Stan Smith Recon Shoes, P9000, ADIDAS, Uptown Mall BGC
Superga’s popular canvas sneaker gets a sleek leather makeover that every minimalist will drool over. We wouldn’t be surprised if these kicks ended up replacing your go-to pair because their simplicity takes away the guesswork in deciding what shoes to wear. You can wear them with a jumpsuit or your favorite T-shirt-and-jeans combo—they'll look good with everything in your closet!
Leather Lace Up Sneakers, P4250, SUPERGA, Greenbelt 5
Admit it: There are days you try very hard to put on your sneakers without properly untying the shoelaces because, really, who has the time? Well, this pair from Tretorn will solve all your problems. It has a scrunch-down back so you can slip into the pair without having to exert too much effort.
Meg Sneakers, P3490, TRETORN, SM City Annex
Here’s a pair that’ll motivate you to get up and go for a run every morning: Nike's Phantom React Flyknit comes in an irresistible all-white colorway andit's laceless, so you won’t have to worry about tripping whenever they come undone. It also features Nike’s React technology, which is their longest-lasting foam, meaning this pair can provide comfort for your feet for a longer period of time. We’d say “lace up!” but with this pair, you won’t have to!
Phantom React Flyknit, P7645, NIKE, Nike Park Bonifacio Global City
This pair from Sperry features breathable canvas uppers and a lightweight and flexible outsole, promising comfortable wear. A rainbow-colored stitching around the upper adds the slightest dash of color to the shoe—it’s so subtle, you probably wouldn’t notice it from afar!
Captain’s CVO Pride, P3590, SPERRY, TriNoma
Vionic’s sporty pair gets a playful twist, with dainty ribbon laces cutting through the all-white leather uppers. It features the brand’s Orthaheel technology, which means it has soles that mold itself to the shape of your feet so they stay comfortable throughout wear.
Splendid Keke, P7500, VIONIC, Ayala The 30th
7. Under Armour
Under Armour's Skylar sneaker screams “just got out of the gym!” even if you really just got out of bed and slipped into the pair. It has a monochromatic mesh design with rubber outsoles that’ll match with almost anything you wear andmake you look like you’re actually active.
UA W Skylar, P3995, UNDER ARMOUR, UP Town Center
Want to hop on the chunky sneaker trend but feel like your feet will suffer? Skechers' D’Lites Fresh Start kicks feature the brand's Air Cooled Memory Foam insoles, which act as cushions for your feet, so every step will make you feel like you’re walking on clouds. Another plus? It’ll give you an instant height boost, thanks to its 1.25-inch built-in heel!
D’Lites Fresh Start, P3890, SKECHERS, SM The Block
Here’s a white sneaker with a quirky twist: Puma’s Basket Crush Emboss silhouette features exaggerated flaps on the uppers of each shoe but not without reason. When the feet are together, the flaps form a heart! How cute is that?
Basket Crush Emboss WNS, P4550, PUMA, Bonifacio High Street
10. ARKK Copenhagen
Nordic brand ARKK Copenhagen’s Raven pair comes in a monochromatic white colorway that’s perfect for your athleisure looks. The lightweight pair features breathable and flexible uppers for a comfortable wear. Now who says sneakers can’t look elegant?
Raven FG 2.0 S-E15, P6795, ARKK, The Nines at Uptown Mall
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