Can you stylish ladies tell me how the heck I wear converse, please?

(31 Posts)

Bought some converse off've eBay, bargain. Washed them cos I'm a snob. They are now dry, and I need to suss how the heck to wear em, what with etc.

If it helps they are the double tongue ones, a very very pale pink (off white) and the underneath layer is pink. And they are ankle high.

50ShadesOfMaybe Wed 24-Apr-13 10:35:44

I'm with UnamedFemale, wear mine (bright red or blue) with tights and shorts or tights and short skirts.

Prefer the hi-tops to the lo-tops but I have both! Sometimes wear them with skinny jeans (not much of a jeans person, TBH) and then tuck the jeans into the boots.

mintymellons Wed 24-Apr-13 14:00:45

More or less go with anything.

Jeans, leggings, skirts, dresses. The only thing they don't work with IMO is wider legged trousers.

I just got a new pair. I've been wearing them since my teens and I'm now in my late thirties. They are brilliant.

I have the low tops or whatever they're called in pink these ones

In hindsight I would have got a more neutral colour so they go with more. With the pink I feel I am a bit limited to wearing with a pink top!

Though I am planning to get white ones once I have some spare cash! (Never!)

I wear them with skinny jeans or slightly flared jeans and casual tops/tshirts.

They look good with chinos rolled up at the bottom like in the pics on here halfway down the page

mrsyattering Wed 24-Apr-13 14:58:31

I wear mine with
leggings
jeans
denim skirts
dresses
I think they go with everything, just bought my third pair grin

Dancergirl Wed 24-Apr-13 21:45:32

I've also got a low tops pair in burgundy. Love them, mainly wear with jeans, slim cut and skinny.

Am now thinking of a Superga pair, they sell them in White Company now.....

No hanging laces/bow is allowed to be seen ever. Laces should be tied behind the tongue and all ends tucked in out of sight.

Hi-tops look best with opaque tights worn with shorts, or skinny jeans or fancy leggings.

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