Ought Not To, Ought To: Sneakers Edition
I'm back with another "ought not to, ought to" post after taking a veryyyy long break from posting this series. The first post I made before last month's post was over two years ago. Sheesh.
Last month, we covered mules and slides. Today, we cover sneakers. Three types of super pricey sneakers. With five pairs of their more affordable counterparts.
The first style featured is your classic sneaker. Low-top, laced, traditional shape and sole, basic white or tan color - it's a sneaker that withstands the test of time. In terms of style.
The second option we've got is the trendy sock sneaker. The sock sneaker became popular when Balenciaga released their now famous (thanks in part to Cardi B) sock sneaker found right below. But plenty of designers have come out with more affordable dupes, five of which you'll see below.
And last up, we've got the sneaker of the moment, the chunky/ugly sneaker. Yes, ugly sneakers, the kind you might have seen your weird aunt sporting a decade ago, are officially a thing now. I'm not to blame for starting this trend. But I guess I now have to take responsibility for promoting it.