Style Advice: What to Wear with Vans?

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Here's another category of my blog where I answer outfit queries through Polyvore.

Question: What to wear with vans. I don't want to look tomboy, I know i can wear anything but i'm running out of ideas! Oh I just saw Kristen Stewart wearing them! is there another way to wear them? thaaaaanks!

Key Item: Vans Canvas Prison Issue #23

My answer:

I created 3 outfits you can choose from that will not make you look like a tomboy and definitely make you stand out:

We actually thought we cannot wear sneakers with very sweet and lovely dresses. But that is wrong because we can by wearing tights or knee high socks that has girly designs, patterns or details. I chose these socks because of the cute ribbons. I specifically chose a collared dress and not the usual ones because it is very feminine. With the hair I'm thinking of this hat which exudes a retro look or you can wear this flower head piece like a fairy. It adds a sweet touch to the look. To still keep things feminine, add pearl accessories. t is just simple and chic in a simple way. Plus the brown vintage style bag to stop the monotone and to add some color.

Unleash the rocker or rebel child in you by combining a black and white outfit, fringes and studs for details. To still keep the girly vibe, a hanging top and a skirt will do! Very Miley Cyrus or even Kirsten Stewart.

Still feeling the summer vibe? Add some neon colors to your look. Though you are wearing pants, again, I chose a black sheer top with collar details for the feminine touch. I also advice to fold the ends of the pants.

Hope to see you wearing one of these!

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