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7 Dresses to Pair With Sneakers This Spring

Most of the time, kicks are the most comfortable option in the footwear department. So it’s nice to wear sneakers whenever possible — to the office, on a dinner date, out for drinks. But there’s always the risk of looking too casual, so if you just slip in to a dress, you can’t go wrong. Some might argue that on many occasions the dress-and-sneakers combo is your simplest, comfiest bet.

For a dinner date, try pairing this cool Elizabeth and James navy sleeveless velvet dress with crisp white leather high-tops from Common Projects.

Elizabeth and James velvet dress and white high tops from Common Projects.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Matches Fashion

Elizabeth and James Michelle cut-out side velvet dress, $421; matchesfashion.comCommon Projects Tournament zip-up high-top leather trainers, $350; matchesfashion.com.

To dress up your look at the office, try this floral Junya Watanabe dress with asymmetrical sleeves and navy suede Adidas Stan Smiths.

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Junya Watanabe dress and suede Stan Smith sneakers.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter

Junya Watanabe Layered floral-print crepe de chine and cotton dress, $1,045; net-a-porter.com; Adidas Originals Stan Smith suede sneakers, $85; net-a-porter.com.

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