How to Style Air Force 1's


The infamous sneaker, Air Force 1’s, have developed over the many years promoted from many fashion icons. These shoes have been styled by artists like Drake on the Red Carpet, Kendall Jenner in her athleisure wear, and even seen on famous athletes such as Christiano Ronaldo. These versatile sneakers can be worn infinite ways from runway to walking your dog. Below you will learn about the sneaker that needs to be in your closet this year, and every year, and how to style them.

How to Style: Fancy/// When styling a dress for a cocktail party I bet sneakers are not the first shoe that comes to mind when choosing your outfit. Although it seems quite unusual to pair a dress with sneakers, Air Force 1’s have the ability to create a bold look without giving off a lackadaisical vibe. This essential quality of this sneakers originated from its simplicity in design. An unassuming all black dress with high top white Air Force 1’s allows the outfit to be hipster yet put together at the same time. Another way to style these sneakers to make an outfit look dressier would be by wearing all black head to toe. These sneakers are the adequate touch to a sophisticated leather pant, bulky sweater, and blouse.


How to Style: Casual Wear/// The most common way that the Air Force 1’s are styled is through everyday wear. One of the best outfits that accentuates the shoe flawless is the military look. Wear big army green cargo pants with these hipster shoes and a plain crop top. No outfit screams, don’t mess with me, more than this look. But it also has a great deal of fashion through the styling of the bold pants.


How to Style: Workout/// Although Air Force 1’s are not the most supportive shoe for working out, they are perfect to style with a “workout outfit”, even when you may not be hitting the gym that day. These shoes are impeccable to throw on with leggings and a sweatshirt and still get many compliments. Comfort and simplicity are two of the main fashion trends this year and both are demonstrated through the wonderful sneaker of the Air Force 1s.