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My Current Fave Sneakers

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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at NCSU chapter.

I love shoes, especially sneakers. Here are some of my current favorites that are both comfortable and cool, along with some ways that I would style them.

Adidas Astir

In the era of the “dad sneaker”, the Adidas Astir are their perfect counterparts. I swear my mom had a pair of shoes that looked exactly like this when I was a kid. Though chunky and arguably tacky, in my opinion, the mom sneaker can elevate a simple athleisure fit into a “look.” Though I haven’t tried this yet, I think they can be worn with a slightly dressier look to make it look like you don’t care in the coolest possible way. It also doesn’t hurt that the Astir’s are the comfiest sneakers I’ve ever worn. 

Reebok Club C Double Geo Hi

I don’t own these sneakers yet, but they are next on my purchase list. I love the Reebok Club C, but they’ve become the indie girl Air Force 1. I don’t want to feel like a bandwagon, so the Club C Hi it is. This high top looks good with any pant length, and the touch of deep green on the back can be both a pop of color in an outfit or a muted neutral.

Nike Air Max 90s

Please bury me with these sneakers. If this shoe has one fan, it’s me. If it has zero, I’m dead. I love wearing these shoes with my athleisure outfits, but they also are stylish enough to wear with jeans. I love their versatility, especially when I want to look cute but have to walk a mile and a half to class.

Nike Blazer Mid ‘77

The Nike Blazer Mid is the High Top Converse’s cool older sister. While I originally invested in this sturdy shoe for weightlifting, they have proven themselves to be the most versatile shoe in my closet.  While a converse should really only be worn in the daytime with casual outfits or for the sake of comfort. The Blazer’s leather makes it a classier sneaker for both day and night looks. While it makes a casual outfit look more purposeful, it allows a night out look to give off a more carefree vibe.

Dahlia Bagley is a senior at NC State University and this is her fourth year writing for Her Campus. A lover of music, film, fashion, and pop culture commentary, Dahlia loves to share playlists, movie recommendations, trend predictions and anything else that piques her interest. Dahlia is studying Communication with a concentration in Public Relations and has a minor in both Spanish and English, meaning she is constantly talking, often in Spanglish. In her freetime, Dahlia enjoys shopping, reading, skincare, and spending time with friends. An avid creative writer, Dahlia has written countless poems and short stories, which she hopes to one day have the nerve to publish. Always on a quest for knowledge (read: random facts that will never come up organically in conversation), she also enjoys watching video essays and reading about various historical events. Though born in Boston, Massachusetts, Dahlia considers herself from Charlotte, North Carolina, where she has spent most of her life. When not in Raleigh for college, she is spending time at home with her parents, two sisters, and her wonderful dog, Vader.