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These Nude-Toned Vans Sneakers Are Inspired by Milk Tea

Don't those chic shades remind you of the popular drink?
These Nude-Toned Vans Sneakers Are Inspired by Milk Tea
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Don't those chic shades remind you of the popular drink?

We recently rounded up some chic nude-colored pieces you can shop in Manila—clothes in neutral, skin-like shades are just as wearable as basics like black and white and are perfect for mimimalist dressers. We recently spotted some cute new pairs perfect for those who love nude-toned finds. Plus, their colors are inspired by a certain pearl-filled drink we all know and love: Say hello to Vans' latest collection of Old Skool sneakers in fresh colorways inspired by milk tea!

News about these gorgeous pairs first made waves online thanks to an IG sneak peek posted on March 19 from Taiwanese boutique Fruition, known for carrying limited-edition items from international luxury and sportswear brands. The kicks feature the same look and silhouette as Vans' classic skater shoe, the Old Skool, with a thick rubber sole, lace-up construction, and a white streak across the upper. This new iteration takes the retro style and gives it an elegant twist with a suede finish instead of the usual canvas. You can get it in three colors: Gentle Cream, Hazelnut, and Smoked Milk Tea. Each pair retails for NT$2380 (about US$78 or approximately P3985). The wearable colors make these perfect to add to your go-to sneaker rotation!

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Vans Old Skool in Gentle Cream
PHOTO BY Fruition
Vans Old Skool in Hazelnut
PHOTO BY Fruition
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Vans Old Skool in Smoked Milk Tea
PHOTO BY Fruition
PHOTO BY Fruition
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PHOTO BY Fruition

The Vans Old Skool sneakers in milk tea-inspired colorways are available to shop online. Excuse us while we silently pray for these chic kicks to get a local release!

For more information, log on to Vans' Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.phMinor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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