Did you know that That finally does last year's chunky dad sneakers? You might be wrong. In the fall of 2019, sneakers with thick heels will make a comeback. It is excellent news if you aren't ready to give up your Spice Girls flatforms. These four new trends for ASICS sneakers and Adidas are sure to make you want something different.
In 2019, minimalist designs were gaining popularity for men and women as the husky heel trend is waning. The classic white leather sneaker was the inspiration for this trend. Its sleek profile makes it easy to style up or down, cementing its status as a wardrobe staple.
The resurgence in white leather sneakers may be the reason for the popularity of this style, but simple black or brown leather or suede sneaker are also trendy. These darker shades of brands such as Vans and Puma sneakers are fall-wardrobe-friendly and easier to keep clean, too.
Tie-Dye, and Other Eye-Popping Aesthetics
There's good news! To show off your color flair this fall, you don't need to go to the «slumber» menswear trend modeled celebrities like Jonah Hill and Justin Bieber. In 2019, tie-dye was mainstream for men's and women's footwear. It means that you can now get your chaotic color fix by wearing a pair of Converse or ASICS sneakers rather than a sweatshirt from the 4XL Grateful Dead.
This autumn, tie-dye is not the only fashion trend in sneakers. In 2019, People set four other textures and materials to bring an extra-expensive pop of style to your closets.
• Metallic uppers
• Accents in neon
• Snakeskin uppers
• Shearling linings
The future is now: Many sneakers will be high-tech this autumn. Adidas' running Men's shoes include computer chips in their tongues, which allow users to connect with the brand's coaching app and their social media accounts. Nike has self-lacing basketball shoes that can adjust to fit the foot. These tech-enhanced shoes also feature bold design elements that showcase their tech integration.
These Marty McFly-caliber sneakers will cost you quite a bit, as it is not surprising. These sneakers are not only for runners; this visible tech trend will also make its way into athleisure shoes this fall.
Old-school basketball shoes will once again be the center court this fall. The classic Nike Dunk is the most popular of these trends, debuting in 1985. Thanks to its sleek lines and iconic swoosh, it's a traditional sneaker pick loved by all generations of sneakerheads.
The original Dunk was made for basketball hoops. However, Dunk's low-cut version was adopted by skate and street culture. This retro shoe is sleek and can showcase an almost endless number of color combinations. It's one of many vintage b-ball kicks that you'll see this fall. Choose the shoe that best suits your foot and style when you return to school in the fall.