How many times have we seen our moms running errands wearing a salwar suit with sneakers? How often have you seen a group of aunties out on a walk wearing kurta + churidar + cardigan + shawl... with sports shoes? Almost every other winter morning. Well, let us tell you that it’s okay! It’s okay to wear sneakers with ethnic Indian wear and go out in public too. Just, do it stylishly! Take a look at some of our favourite fashionistas of Bollywood nailing sneakers with ethnic wear.
Here’s the super cool crop shirt (Rs 499) from Rheson’s Motichoor Collection. Wear it with palazzos, a statement necklace and your sneakers for a chic look.
We found a similar gold-toned necklace (Rs 399) by Infuzze so you can ace Kriti’s fusion look like a pro with drop-crotch trousers, matching top and white sneakers.
Pair these gold-toned drop earrings (Rs 439) by Anouk with your outfit and nail the indie-look game like Athiya. We love how she has matched her top with sneakers.
Whether it’s a quirky saree, or an Indo-western fusion, a pair of sneakers will always look good if you’re wearing the right shoes and the right accessories to bring your whole outfit together. Take cues from the celebrities above. Don’t hesitate in trying the ensemble yourself. Plus, here are some sneakers that, we think, you should seriously consider. They’d go with your western wear and ethnic wear alike, our kind of win-win.
Pretty In Pearls
The pearly colour and the pearly embellishments, these sneakers will look great with all your white bottoms whether palazzos, shararas, cigarette pants or a long skirt.
Brown on shoes (and accessories) is one evergreen colour and a wardrobe must-have. These leather sneakers would make your ankle-length trousers look crisp and chic. There’s another reason now to go to work!
Magic Of Metallic
Running as well stunning, these metallic trainers know how to do it all. Wear them with your fusion wear outfits and don’t forget to accessorise with a statement necklace. Some shimmer a day, goes a long way!
Ah, white shoes, my old friend. I have three pairs of white sneakers and there’s no outfit in the world I haven’t worn them with. Experiment with prints and patterns, these shoes will hold it all in style.
Of Course, Black!
Let me paint an outfit scenario for you - black parallel trousers, black kurta, some gold-toned jewellery and a smouldering smokey eye - redefining all black everything, am I right?
Hope you found a sneaker that suits all your needs! You’re welcome, ladies!