Sneakers are everyone’s go-to shoe of choice, and it’s easy to see why – they’re comfortable and super versatile. Gone are the days when sneakers could only be worn with jeans or to a casual event, now, sneakers can be worn with even the cutest dresses and have earned their own reputation, creating their own following of ‘Sneakerheads’ who wait for brand launches.
One of the favourite places to shop is on Novelship. Known as the most-trusted marketplace for exclusive sneakers and streetwear in Southeast Asia, you can find the hottest pair of sneakers on their site. Whether you’re looking to cop the highly hyped Air Jordans to the latest Supreme releases, they’ve got it all (or until they’re sold out!). We can’t deny that sneakers have become a central component of our wardrobes, and many of us are really passionate about the brand, style or even the silhouette of sneakers that we wear.
Mismatched shoes have always been loved by and spotted on celebrities around the world and it’s easy to see why all the fashion icons are quickly picking up on this trend. After all, fashion is all about having fun and being true to yourself. Plus if both shoes go with the outfits and you can’t pick, why choose when you can rock both? Now you can own what you love and pay later with Atome, so you can buy two pairs of shoes, and only pay a third of the price at checkout, with the remaining over a period of two months, at 0% interest!
Here are some of our favourite mismatched sneakers:
The Gel Lyte 3 is an iconic sneaker and a groundbreaker with its game changing innovation. This particular version features Sean Wotherspoon’s signature corduroy panels and split tongue. The best part is that each shoe is intentionally mismatched, so you don’t have to buy two different shoes!
Nike Air Max 1 is an icon in the sneaker industry, it was the first shoe to incorporate Nike’s Max Air technology, those air pockets in the midsole. Since then, the shoe has seen various designs and colours, but we’re loving the colourways that are inspired by cities. The cool colours represent London, and the warmer tones are seen on the Amsterdam sneakers, mixing and matching both of these would result in a fun outfit!
We love a clean contrast, and nothing is more distinct than black and white. The famed brand sacai, Chitose Abe, launched the stunning sacai x Nike LDWaffle, which comes in All Black and All White. The shoe is a hybrid of LDV and the Waffle Racer, and it sports a nylon mesh upper and suede overlays.
The Nike Air Force 1 was sold out almost immediately when it first dropped, which isn’t surprising for Supreme drops! However, the shoes were restocked due to the high demand, and we’re super siked that Novelship carries both colours, so you can easily mix and match the sneakers!
A pair of Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Tokyo Bio Hack’
Or a pack of Supreme Playing Cards.
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