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Tired of Air Force 1s? Here Are 5 White Sneaker Alternatives

It’s hard to remember a time where Nike Air Force 1s weren’t the staple, go-to white sneaker of the year. From dresses to leggings and a hoodie, they go with universally everything---but as a diehard AF1 owner for years, I’m ready for a switch. With spring and summer soon approaching, white tennis shoes never go out of style. Here are 5 alternatives to the classic Nikes to add to your holiday wishlist or just to keep an eye on.

1. Platform Supergas

These classic sneakers give you the perfect amount of height and have been the staple of European style for years. I have a pair and can attest to the fact that they are insanely comfortable and suitable for walking all around campus!

2. Reebok Club C 85

If you’re looking for something vintage, look no further than the Reebok Club C. The off-white color gives it a classic old-school vibe while matching with jeans, sweats, or a skirt.

3. Nike Blazer Mid ‘77

More of a high top lover? The Nike Blazer Mid has been all the rage this year. In tons of fun color combinations, these are the ultimate street-style kicks.

4. Commes de Garcons x Converse

If you’re anything like me, Converse were your staple elementary and middle school shoe. Fast forward a few years, and these shoes offer a fresh, mature twist on the classic chucks. In low and high top variations, the iconic red heart design adds a pop of color to any outfit.

5. Steve Madden Starling

Do you love the iconic star design of Golden Goose, but it’s way out of your price range? Same here, which is why the Steve Madden Starling sneaker is high on my list. These are an affordable and comfortable dupe that looks chic all year round.

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