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Want Tip: Getting Dressy with Sneakers

Anytime you wear a full suit, or combo a blazer with jeans or casual trousers, the look is completed by a pair of nicely polished dress shoes. But what about for times when your feet just want to be walking in something more comfortable and casual? Go for a pair of sneakers, of course! Cardinal sin? We think not. You just have to know how to mix these casual kicks with more tailored looks. Read this Want Tip and learn.

The Issue:

Dress shoes are essential, yes. Loafers, oxfords, derbies, we love them. Undeniably though, there will be times when you want to walk on something more comfortable than the hardened soles of these classy shoes. For these occasions, don’t be afraid to wear sneakers with your tailored outfit. Just take care that you don’t end up looking like a cheesy 90’s / early 2000’s pop singer in baggy pants, a blazer, and low-cut sneakers… there’s a difference between looking nonchalantly stylish and just plain immature.

The Tip:

Before you get dressy with sneakers, keep these 4 tips in mind:

1. Consider the occasion
Sure you can wear sneakers with a blazer or full suit for certain events, but remember that this style pairing is the exception, not the norm. If you’re going to a formal occasion, important business meeting or function, or a wedding, stick with the classic dress shoes. On your days off, or if you work in a more casual, creative industry, then you can get away with the pairing.

2. Wear with slim-fit jeans or trousers
Tailored yet casual is the look you should be going for; so, stay away from baggy bottoms— in general, you shouldn’t even have baggy pants in your wardrobe. Wear pants that taper near or just where the tongue of the sneakers end. If the jeans or pants you’re wearing is creating horrible looking folds when it hits the sneakers, they are either too baggy, too long, or too big for you.

3. Make sure the kicks are clean
Just because you’re dressing down the outfit doesn’t mean you have permission to look like a slob. Make sure the sneakers you’ll be wearing with your sharp outfit are clean as well. You polish leather dress shoes, so make sure you clean the dirt and mud off your casual kicks as well. 

4. Classic and low-key sneakers work best
There’s a reason why most sneaker-suit pairing is with Chuck Taylors; classic shoes work well for this look! Low-key sneakers can be easily be paired as well. Go for shoes with slim forms, basic and neutral colors, and not too much patterns or designs. Say no to athletic shoes; leave the highly cushioned basketball shoe for the court. Avoid fat high-tops with thick collars and tongues, while a few brave fashionistos can pull off the pairing, not everyone can successfully look dapper with these chunkier sneakers. 

The Looks:

Men's Dressy Sneaker Looks

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The Gear:

Dressy Men's Sneakers

Splurge: Maison Martin Margiela Leather Slip-On Sneakers
Save: Vans Slip-On 59

Dressy Men's Sneakers

Splurge: Common Projects Achilles Low-Top Sneakers
Save: Adidas Originals Low-top

Dressy Men's Sneakers

Splurge: Bally Olir Perforated Leather High-Top Sneaker
Save: Nike Black Blazer High VNTG Sneakers

Dressy Men's Sneakers

Splurge: Kenzo Blue Leather Low Top Circuit Sneakers
Save: Converse Chuck Taylor Low

Have a better idea of using sneakers to dress down an otherwise super dressy outfit now? Put your new found menswear knowledge to the test, and pick out stylish men’s sneakers on Wantering to create a not-too-casual-not-too-dressy outfit for your next night out!
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Screen Style: F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

Get the Central Perk look!

It’s been 20 years since the first episode of “Friends” aired, and we officially feel old. In a way, we grew up with the ‘90s New Yorkers, and we’ll never forget the time Ross and Rachel were “on a break” or when Monica and Chandler finally tied the knot. To celebrate the anniversary, we’re paying homage to the unrivaled style seen on the show. From Rachel’s flirty waitress outfits to Phoebe’s mismatched bohemian dresses, the fashion remains relevant to this day. Channel your favorite female friends with our season 1 pieces below!


Side Stitch Sleeveless Chambray Shirt

Warehouse Pleate Front A Line Skirt

Modcloth Reuniting with Friends Heel

Sekonda Small Link Watch


Forever 21 Basic Cropped Tee

Forever 21 Eclectic Wide-Leg Pants

Ralph Lauren Leather Ginger Boot


Topshop Floral Hair Scrunchie Pack

Free People ‘You Made My Day’ Cutout Maxi Dress

ASOS Mood Stone Choker Necklace

Which of these Central Perk styles matches yours the most?

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You’ll Want to Have Your Feet in These Comfy Flats 

Upgrade your shoe collection with these 5 best comfy flats!

1. Vans Authentic Lo Pro Sneaker

Who says you can’t wear florals for fall? This darling pair of Vans is perfect if you’re going for an effortless look. Back in school for the season? You can walk around campus feeling comfy after a long, tiring day and still look fab with these flats on!

2. J.Crew Emma Leather Ballet Flats

This simple yet extremely classy ballet flat from J.Crew is available in any color you wish for. Not a fan of neon shades? Don’t worry, there’s also burgundy, blue, grey, nude, and green to choose from. There’s no way you can go wrong with this. Additional bonus? The leather will keep you warm!

3. The Sak Frannie Flats

The Frannie flat is budget-friendly and comes in all sorts of colors. The adorable stitching gives it an aesthetic that makes it perfect for the fall season. Want something more than just solid colors? It’s available in patterned stitching as well!

4. Steve Madden Athen Sandal

This super stylish Steve Madden gladiator sandal is perfect for transitioning from summer to fall. Wear it while you still can; before you know it, summer’s gone and you’ll be faced with deep nostalgia! Pair it with anything from a pair of shorts to a maxi dress, or even palazzo pants.

5. MIA Beverly Loafer

In a mood to party and want to be both stylish and comfy? Your wish has been granted! Check out this super chic, yet not over done, loafer from MIA. Wear it with an eye-catching sequin dress or a more toned-down tea dress, either way this shoe will complete the outfit nicely!

Which comfy flat style did you like the most? Let us know! Check out Wantering for more comfy flats too!.

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Did Your Top 3 Olsen Fashion Outfits Make It on The List?

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen went from child celebrities to the fashion industry’s “It” designers in no time. Their undeniable ability to put together unique outfits has kept them at the top of the fashion pack.

Winning the CFDA Fashion Award for Womenswear in 2012 for their upscale line, The Row, the Olsen twins have cemented themselves as credible designers and trendsetters we’d love to be best friends with!

So did you guess right? You’ll want to see if your favorite looks made the list of the most memorable style moments right here




Thigh-High Slits

Be daring and slit it up!

One of the biggest trends this year makes a mega statement, reminding us that it’s ok to show a little leg sometimes. Thigh-high slits were first spotted on the Spring 2014 runway and have been worn on the red carpet by numerous celebs such as Kylie Jenner and Blake Lively. Reach new lengths and incorporate slits into your closet with high-fashion inspiration, and the best dresses and skirts for fall below. Shop now!

Assali, $450

Karla Spetic, $665

For Love & Lemons, $215

Mason by Michelle Mason, $356

Zara, $80

ASOS, $67

Will you show some skin this fall?

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Accessory Report: Fall Must-Haves

6 stylish extras that complete any look

Michael Kors said it best, when he mused, “I’ve always thought of accessories as the exclamation point of a woman’s outfit.” We couldn’t agree more with this sentiment, which is why we created a guide to the most wearable and statement-making accessories for fall.

Here’s a little preview of some of the fashion picks from the guide:

Loeffler Randall Shearling Lock Clutch

Nasty Gal Sheer Madness Reversible Bag

ASOS Say You Do Pointed Heels

Zara Fur Wraparound Stole

ASOS Faux Fur Lapel Collar

Topshop Classic Fedora Hat

Zara Pearl and Stone Earrings

Mango Snap Ring Ear Cuff

Zara Mini Bag with Clasp

Sophie Hulme Mini Envelope Cross-Body Bag

Shop more fall accessories here! And tell us, which one are you dying to buy?

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How to Distinguish Oxford from Derby Shoes

"Not all dress shoes are created equally. It’s common to wear derbies in casual and somewhat dressy settings, but there are formal events when only a pair of oxfords would fit. When you can’t distinguish between the two though, how would you even know what to wear?"

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