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White Sneakers Women Can Wear with Everything

On my recent trip to Italy, there was one item I knew I had to take with me. These white sneakers were my travel staple. Why are white sneakers so important? Well, because they literally go with everything.Last month, I discussed the three most important items to pack for a trip to Europe. On that list was stylish sneakers. I brought brightly colored sneakers with me when I went to London and Paris. For Italy, I wanted something even more versatile, and white sneakers are just what I needed.It is not an overstatement that white sneakers literally go with everything. They pair so well with shorts, dresses, skirts, jeans, dress pants, and rompers. Probably the only thing I wouldn’t pair with white sneakers is a maxi dress (although a midi dress or skirt would be fine!).During my two weeks in Italy, I wore these white sneakers nearly every day, rotating in these Paul Green espadrilles (which I love!) and an occasional pair of sandals too.To describe the versatility of these white sneakers, let me describe some of my outfits. I wore the sneakers with this romper, several different knee-length dresses (like the white one in the pictures), this midi dress, and these cropped jeans.{Stacey’s Look: Nike Tennis Shoes (on Sale!); LOFT Dress (similar); Banana Republic Cardigan; Ann Taylor Necklace (similar); Sancia Purse; Gap Fedora}I can’t think of another article of clothing (besides accessories) that can work so well with so many different styles. Despite the shoes getting a little dirty after two weeks of wandering the streets of Italy, I am so glad I got them. They not only kept my feet comfortable, they looked stylish and sporty with all of the looks. If you don’t already own white sneakers, I think it’s time you get some. Much like the jean jacket I discussed last week, white sneakers are timeless and work with so many things.

Here are some of my current favorite white sneakers women can wear with everything:

Stacey Freeman: I am a Style Maven, Mommy, Educator, and Traveler.