Kristen Stewart pulled her signature shoe swap, trading a pair of pumps for a more comfy pair of sneakers while in NYC. KStew stayed true to her casual sense of style in one of the hottest footwear trends — and you can SHOP her exact sneakers right here, without breaking the bank…and just in time for #Shoesday!
Kristen Stewart, 25, grew up in the spotlight, honing her edgy sense of style on the red carpet, which ultimately led to her fashionable role as one of Karl Lagerfeld‘s muses over at Chanel — but that doesn’t stop the star from loving dressed-down looks! While in NYC on Aug. 10 promoting her upcoming film, American Ultra, on The Today Show, the actress made a quick shoe switch before hitting the sidewalk, trading her pumps for a more comfortable pair of sneakers— and we know just where you can get her cool, casual look.
Kristen’s dress was perfectly appropriate for her early morning appearance, as she opted for a colorblocked knit frock from Thakoon‘s Resort 2016 collection. While on set she opted for black pumps, she pulled a shoe swap, changing into a grey pair of Vans sneakers — KStew loves her kicks!
The Twilight actress has made the shoe swap her thing — and while it’s totally her unique move, there’s no better time to throw on a pair of sneakers with a dress — it’s the trend of the season. Personally, I don’t think they made a stylish statement on this occasion with this specific outfit, but I appreciate Kristen staying true to her casual sense of style.
Want to dress down your look with Vans, like Kristen? Opt for a fit-and-flare frock that stops above the knee or a skirt. Sneakers also work so well with separates, like a shorts set or suit or a crop top and mini skirt — the options are endless. Lace-up sneakers, like Kristen’s Vans, are the best way to pull off the sporty style, but slip-on sneakers would also work — just leave your formal running shoes at home this time around.
If you want to get Kristen’s Vans, you can SHOP for them HERE for $58. What do you think of the way her the way she dressed down her get-up?