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These Are the Best Sneakers to Buy in 2021

These tried-and-true sneaker brands please your feet with neverending innovation.
Quick! Name the best, most popular, or most wanted sneaker brands right now. Chances are the labels on your shortlist are the same ones in the story. There’s a reason why the likes of Nike and Adidas are top-of-mind when it comes
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% Arabica's Merch Includes Chic Minimalist White Sneakers and Bags

The cafe's merch fits right in with its sleek interiors.
Kyoto-born coffee shop % Arabica is best known for its tasty brews as well as its sleek, clean-cut interiors and chill ambiance. It's no surprise that a fresh cup of coffee is made more soul-soothing when enjoyed inside the café's serene atmosphere,
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Would You Buy These Gucci Sneakers You Can Only Wear "Online"?

The Italian luxury house creates a space for creating virtual designer sneakers.
The twin Gs of Gucci on the buckle of a belt or a pattern on a backpack signals forward-looking style as expressed by the Italian luxury house, but it seems the label wants its “GG” to mean something more: “good game” or
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10 Minimalist White Sneakers You Can Wear with Any Outfit

Count on these versatile pairs to match all your outfits.
It pays to have a closet filled with clothes that you can wear again and again and style to match all sorts of looks and occasions. The same goes for your shoes. Footwear is normally the last step of the dressing ritual—but
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5 New Sneaker Drops You'll Need in Your 2020 Collection

Ring in the new decade with these fresh kicks.
Start 2020 right with cool new sneakers to add to your rotation next year!Designer Virgil Abloh honors Nike's hoops and skateboarding legacies in their latest collaboration. The Nike x Off-White™ Dunk Low revamps a street favorite, adding details courtesy of Virgil's eye
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12 Ways to Wear Sneakers to the Office

FYI, sneakers can look professional, too!
Once upon a time, dressing for work and dressing for comfort were mutually exclusive. To demand a powerful presence in the work place while looking sartorially on point required killer heels and pointed soles that took no mercy on our aching feet.Good