I would go with the red, or maybe the white, but the “black” to me looks tacky, and seems like it would be hard to match with a lot of outfits.posted over 1 year ago
How do I style the red ones though? I feel like with the red ones I need to totally simplify my outfitsposted over 1 year ago
the yellow and black ones. those would look good with blue especially a royal blue.posted over 1 year ago
Truthfully I’m feeling the black ones. The red ones aren’t that cute and don’t go with much of anything. Plus a little piece of cheetah print can spice up an outfit, if you don’t try to mix any other patterns in your outfit. So I’d say go with the black ones.posted over 1 year ago
I’m a massive fan of Dunks— did you ever see the collabo between Nike & Liberty?! Loved those!
As for these, I’d say go with the red ones. They’ll look great against denim, black pants, white, gray, and army green… you name it. But then again, I love a mis-matched look. The white ones will probably get dirty easily— especially if you live in a place that has snow in the winter. The black ones in my opinion are a little too busy. Love the red! Post pics when you get a pair!
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White because I could see it being easily paired with more outfits and it is more subtle but still awesomeposted over 1 year ago
I think the white or black ones. The red ones will be harder to style, I think. Though that’s my personal choice. :) Also, especially if you’re wanting more neutral colours, they’ll go with more.posted over 1 year ago
If you have more blue clothing, I would say go with the white because the rest of the colors don’t really go well with blue. But if you’re buying more neutral color, I think all the colors would go with it, but I do fancy clean white sneakers.posted over 1 year ago
@shikshin, yes, I have seen the Nike x Liberty. I am not sure where to get them from though, that offers free shipping to Canada. UO offers free shipping to Canada sometimes.
I am still contemplating at which color to get, so keep those comments coming. Thanksposted over 1 year ago