How To Wear Converse

Want to know how to wear your Converse sneakers? Converse sneakers are cool and hip. They have withstood the fashion test of time. The best part about Converse sneakers is that you can dress them up or dress them down. Change the laces or even decorate them with paint or other crafty ways.

In order to wear converse, you will need:

  • Bright socks
  • Jeans
  • Tux
  • Shirt
  • Shorts
  • Paint
  • Laces


  1. Customize your kicks. Converse sneakers are versatile. You can customize them to reflect your unique personality. You can paint graffiti or a cool logo on the shoe. Create a cool punk-rock look. Change the laces or wear funky socks. The key to rocking the Converse sneakers is to be confident. Converse come in many colors and styles. Whether you are classic or a trend-setter, you will find the Converse sneakers to fit your fashion profile.
  2. Dress them up. You can wear your Converse sneakers for any occasion. If you are going out for the night, wear them with a hip pair of jeans and a nice shirt. You can even wear your Converse for a formal event. Converse sneakers and a tux are sure to make a statement.
  3. Casual cat. If you are a low-key guy, keep it simple. Wear your Converse with a pair of shorts and a tee. Make sure the color coordinates with the shirt. Stick to the basic colors such as black, white, and brown, when it comes to sneakers. Once you have the basics, you can coordinate the outfit around the shoe. If you have an extensive wardrobe, try picking up some of the brightly colored converse. You can even rock the throwback Converse. 



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