Whenever my daily errands revolve around working or studying at uni, I am always opting for maximum comfort. Unfortunately that means that I don't get to regularly wear heels unless I'm going to a special event, as it is obviously impractical to wear such footwear on a daily basis. (Not to mention the fact that I would then have to carry an extra pair of shoes, in case of an emergency- e.g. Help... I can't walk another step). Thus, sneakers are slowly (at least I hope it's slowly) growing in my shoe collection. I am constantly lusting over New Balance kicks irrespective of my mind reminding me, "Jody, you don't need anymore sneakers, if you do want more shoes - go buy some ankle boots or flats". Ah... flats. Can you believe that I don't even own a single pair of flats anymore? I really need to get my priorities straight. Yup, I need to study.
Dress c/o Two Sisters, Nike roshes
Photos by SaranI wanted to dress down this corporate- styled dress with my newest Nike addition. I do believe that you can twist office wear into a sports luxe look if you do it within realms of limitations. (I don't personally support that 'trend' whereby a lady is wearing actual running shoes with office wear- think tight fitting skirts and a blouse to work...)
And as we were on this shoe topic, to be quite honest, I am getting sick of seeing roshes everywhere. Also, yes I am aware that I am being the biggest hypocrite as I've just purchased a pair. To justify to myself as to why this pair is an exception- it literally goes with so many outfits. I just think it is time that I start styling more of my future outfits with other sneaker brands when the opportunity arises.