Free People sweater and lace tunic; Nike Zoom Pegasus sneakers (wearing a 1/2 size larger than my regular shoe size!)
Ugh, can we discuss how hard it is to find workout sneakers that not only look cute, but feel great WHILE working out as well? I work out about 3-4 times a week (currently on week 5 of Kayla Itsines Beach Body Guide, full post to come soon!), and I often run errands before/after going to the gym, so I want to look good-ish. Ha.) I saw these sneakers on Instagram on a bunch of bloggers and loved the grey and black look of these, so I took a chance and bought them.
I. Am. In. Love.
Here’s the deal on them: The look good with all workout clothes as they are pretty tonal (I tend to wear all black while working out, so it works!), and they are very lightweight and breathable My only complaint would be that, because they are a running shoe, they aren’t the best for cross training moves like lateral jumps, or any explosive moves. I ideally would like a shoe just for cross training, but that is not in the cards right now. I will say, these are really lightweight and comfortable right out of the box, and I think they look equally as great with athleisure looks. In the photos above I had worn that outfit grocery shopping, then we decided to go on a hike with the kids, so it worked for both activities.
I’ll admit, I have never been a sneaker person outside of working out, but when we are being active on the weekends, I love having a sneaker wardrobe that looks and feels great. I’m slowly getting converted! (My close friends would be proud of me;)
A few other sneakers that are catching my eye…
I have these Adidas Stan Smith’s, and I adore them. They look great with leggings and an oversized sweatshirt, as well as cute dresses.
The monochromatic look of these Nike Juvenate sneakers is perfection. I like the grey, white, or black. (And the olive, ha!)
Pink sneakers, enough said. Love!