5 Ways To Style White Sneakers | How To Wear White Sneakers | Winter Outfit Ideas


– I’m Brian Sacawa, you’re
watching He Spoke Style. And today, five ways
to wear white sneakers. (luxurious music) This video is sponsored by
Koio and throughout this video, I’m gonna be featuring
this shoe right here. This is the Koio Capri Triple White, or the Capri Triple White. I say that because it is handmade in Italy with smooth and durable
Vitello calf leather. It’s got the Margom sole, which is known for being
lightweight and extremely durable, finished with hand-painted edges. It’s a very handsome minimal
sneaker at a price point that is much easier to swallow
than others in this category. This shoe retails for $248,
free shipping and returns. He Spoke Style viewers can
get a free cleaning kit with the purchase of any Koio shoes by using code HESPOKESTYLE, all one word. Links down below in the description. Now let’s take a look at five
ways to style white sneakers. White sneakers themselves are very simple, which makes them incredibly easy to style, and extremely versatile. And up first here is a very
clean simple and classic look. Probably the most classic of the five I’m gonna show you today. This to me is one of those
looks that’s so classic, and so easy to put together
that you almost forget about it. Every piece in this outfit
is an absolute classic starting with the navy
peacoat, this one is by Theory. You can check out my complete
outerwear collection video with the link right up there. Underneath, another classic pairing. We have a white OCBD by Polo Ralph Lauren. And then layered over that, a gray merino wool V neck
sweater which is by J.Crew. One thing to point out here is the balance that the white shirt creates
for the whole outfit. You can see just a little bit
of the white shirt up top, which balances really nicely
with the white sneakers. Pants, classic khaki chinos by Bonobos. And then on my wrist we
have the Rolex Explorer II. Now I chose this watch
specifically for the white dial, which again, that little pop of white just helps to bring everything together, and make the entire outfit
that much more cohesive. Here we have an outfit
that I would consider to be kind of luxe casual. And a really great example
of how to do more with less, but still have a very very cohesive, and well put together look. Really aside from the sneakers
and the watch on my wrist, we’re dealing with just three pieces here. We have the coat, the
turtleneck and the jeans. So let’s actually start with the jeans. These are by Michael Andrews Bespoke. Yes, there is such a
thing as Bespoke jeans. And if you’ve ever had
difficulty finding a perfect fit, it’s something I definitely
recommend checking into. Turtleneck is by Corneliani. It’s in a great wool and cashmere blend. I love the juxtaposition of that fabric paired with the denim. Also, the color contrast
works really well. Coat is by Daniele Alessandrini. Great plaid pattern, subtle,
yet still makes a statement. Watch is the IWC Ingenieur. The final thing I’ll say about this look is that I like how we have these two competing
styles coming together. Up top, definitely more dressy with the jacket and the turtleneck, and then the bottom we have
the jeans and the sneakers. It’s a great way to stay
stylish, chic and sporty. Little bit of a mod approach
here in this next look. I wanted to put together
something that was simple, but that had kind of a
cool factor to it as well. The way to do that is to
embrace your inner minimalist. Again, not a whole lot of
pieces making up this look. It just goes to show you that
sometimes the simplest looks can make the biggest statements. In order to do that,
with the foundation here, I chose to go more or less monochromatic. We have a dark gray or charcoal
gray turtleneck by Uniqlo, paired with some black Levi’s denim jeans. Now I didn’t go full on monochromatic because the sneakers being white, I thought would have
been a little too jarring had I picked a black coat. So instead, I went with this
camel coat by Selected Homme to provide a focal point for the look, and to create some balance
with the white sneakers. Black jeans and white sneakers,
I think are a great combo. Maximum contrast there, so balance in an outfit is important. Two final details to point out here. Sunglasses with the cabernet
tinted gradient lenses are by Moscot. And then on my wrist we have
the A. Lange & Söhne Datograph. The dial being kind of a nod to the contrast of the
sneakers and the jeans. You can wear sneakers with a suit, especially if they’re white sneakers. But I think it works just
as well if not better when you pair them with suit separates. A suit is more formal so
dressing it down in that way is sort of a high risk endeavor. A blazer with trousers on the other hand, is inherently a little more
casual, a little more sporty. So with the right pieces,
I think white sneakers can pair really well
and really effortlessly. The goal here is to emphasize the sporty aspect of this combination. And for me, the way to do
that is through contrast. As you can see, the big
contrast we have here are the navy trousers by Ring Jacket with the white sneakers. Now remember, a contrast
like that works best when the rest of the outfit
helps balance it out. The white shirt, which is from the HSS
Michael Andrews collection, provides the most obvious balance here. But then more subtly we have
the chalk strip of the blazer helping to tie that all together. A couple accessories
worth mentioning here, putting the finishing touches on. Glasses are by Cubitts. And the watch, we have the
Cartier Tank Americaine. Finally, you know that I always
like to throw in something a little funky and maybe
a little unexpected, and that’s the situation we have here. This look is definitely along
the lines of the last look where I’m taking dressier pieces, and giving them more of
a sportier overall feel with the addition of the white sneakers. Taking it though, unapologetically
a step further here, and upping the ante with
a double breasted blazer. And more of a luxe sweater with the wool and cashmere
cable knit turtleneck. The blazer is from Al Bazar in Milan. Turtleneck is by Pini Parma. With this being more of a sporty look, I’ve decided to not button
the double breasted blazer to take the formality out of it, and to help project some
more causal nonchalance. Also thinking along those sporty lines, the turtleneck is tucked into my trousers, which are from the HSS
Michael Andrews collection. The lighter color I
think really lends itself to the feel here whereas
if it were darker, I’m not sure it would work quite as well. Last detail to mention here,
of course is the watch. On my wrist, we have the Vacheron
Constantin Traditionnelle. You know, there are so many different ways to style white sneakers, it was kind of hard to
come up with just five to show you in this particular video. Because it is wintertime now,
I did stick to winter outfits, though I could probably
do a video like this for each season. Actually, if you’d like
to see that in the future, let me know down in the comments. I want to thank Koio once again
for sponsoring this video. And a reminder that He Spoke Style viewers can receive a free cleaning kit which you’ll definitely want if you have some white sneakers, with the purchase of any Koio shoes by using code HESPOKESTYLE, all one word. Links to the Koio Capri Triple White featured throughout this video, as well as all of the outfit details are down below in the description. Thumbs up, don’t forget to
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thanks for watching, and stay tailored. (luxurious music)

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