13 Slip-On Sneakers That Go With Everything in Your Wardrobe
Slip-on sneakers are the hallmark of easygoing style. They're simple in both form and function, they're easy to take on and off, and they keep every outfit sharp. A great pair of slip-ons will also transition well from season to season—they pair as well with cool chinos as they do with your bathing suit. From perforated white to woven leather, here are 13 of the coolest slip-ons for the season.
Allbirds makes its shoes entirely out of New Zealand-sourced wool, which is both breathable and machine washable. The new slip-on silhouette is basically a slipper you can wear outside.
Perforated Check Leather Slip-On Trainers
Burberry's signature plaid adds subtle detailing to the simple black leather.
Woven suede sneakers are a great pick for the warmer months. These camel Bottega Veneta ones are a fresh alternative that still wear like a neutral.
Hand Sewn Slipper
Feit's hand sewn sneakers are simple and well-made—the best combination for an investment-worthy shoe.
Gazon Nappa Leather Slip-Ons
We'll bring these classic Lacoste sneakers on every vacation this summer, thank you.
Lanvin's elephant skin-stamped calfskin looks as cool as it feels.
Burgundy isn't just a cold weather color—the deep hue on these M. Gemis make the casual shape feel polished.
Vass Process Slip-On Sneakers
If you already have your basic sneaker colors, branch out with a cool pattern. These ceramic-inspired kicks from Saturdays add some depth to a clean outfit.
Fingerprint Indigo Jacquard New Slip-On Sneakers
The Hill-Side made printed sneakers next level with fingerprints as the focus. The Japanese fabric is ethically manufactured, too.
Classic Slip-On Sneaker
Pink is spring's biggest color, and bringing it onto your feet might be the easiest way to pull it off.
Ace Printed Canvas Sneaker
Printed footwear adds some life to your outfit. These Vince sneakers are awesome for a quick beach weekend.
Two-Tone Canvas Slip-On Sneakers
Street style icon Nick Wooster collaborated with the NYC-based sneaker brand and the Italian tailoring experts to create a made-in-Italy sneaker that's the "sartorial equivalent of a mullet." His words.
And to complete your Canadian tuxedo: denim sneakers. The paint splatter adds some cool visual interest.
This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.
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