10 Celebrity-Approved Sneakers That Have Stood The Test of Time
Fashion fanatics, we understand your obsession with those out-of-this-world chunky, "ugly" sneakers. Who can say no to anything that Louis Vuitton creates? But sometimes, a girl just needs something timeless to wear. You know, the classic kicks that will always look good no matter what's trending in the fashion world.
Here, we've gathered the most iconic sneakers that will never go out of style, so you'll never have to worry about being a fashion "don't" again.
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Cotu Classic Sneaker
From Princess Diana to Kate Middleton, this timeless shoe has been worn by some of the most stylish women for decades. And it's not going anywhere anytime soon.
Gucci's signature kicks have recently been released in a plethora of colors and embellishments—like stars and pearls. But these modern classics are guaranteed to be around for years to come.
From Zac Efron to Kylie Jenner, just about every celeb is obsessed with these comfortable kicks. The suede finish gives them an elevated feel.
These skateboarding shoes have turned into a fashion icon. You could dress them up with your favorite spring dress—like Karlie Kloss—or keep things chill the way that Katie Holmes does.
The list of stars who have worn (and continue to wear) these classic Vans sneakers is unbelievable. Kristen Stewart has even whipped out a pair from the brand on the red carpet before.
These timeless sneakers started out as basketball shoes in the '80s, but the fashion world (We see you, Gigi Hadid and Nina Dobrev) has turned them into a stylish must-have.
574 Casual Sneakers
From Rihanna stepping out in cut-off shorts to Heidi Klum running errands with her kids, New Balance's sneakers will forever be a stylish shoe you can count on.
They were good enough for Marilyn Monroe in the '50s, and they look just as cool on Ciara today.
Kaia Gerber, Kate Mara, Bella Hadid ... you name it. Hollywood loves Nike's Classic Cortez sneakers, which were first launched in the '70s.
Chuck Taylor All Star
Your grand parents were fans, and so is Millie Bobbi Brown, who recently wore them on the red carpet. So you know that this classic style will be around for even more generations to come.