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Stan Smiths, Slip-ons, and More Casual Sneaker Styles We're Loving Right Now

Isabel Marant Bart Sneakers

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Fashion designer Isabel Marant ushered in the age of the wedge sneaker back in 2011, but now the French trendsetter is moving on to a new sneaker design—flat leather lace-ups. The trainer is set to be the It shoe for spring—celebs like Kate Moss and Reese Witherspoon have already been spotted wearing them. While the comfortable and chic sneak might be tough to actually buy (it's already selling out at stores), there are plenty of other stylish trainers to sport this spring. 

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Stan Smith Sneakers

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Stan Smith sneakers were first launched by Adidas in the 1970s and are named after the number one tennis champion in the world. The heritage tennis shoe was relaunched in 2014 with customizable options, and has produced a cult-like following that ranges from off-duty models to rappers. And for good reason: bright white tennies look good with everything. ($75;

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Frye Mindy Slip-on

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Frye's leather slip-ons take the place of black ballet flats as your go-to shoe, adding a sporty element to even the most polished looks. ($138;

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Loeffler Randall Rio Runner Sneaker

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Black and blue suede tone down the feminine water-color florals on these old-school sneaks for a fun but functional look. ($295;

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Kate Spade Serena Sneakers

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The best part about these Kate Spade slip-ons is that they go with literally everything, so you can wear them from morning errands until evening cocktails. ($198;

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Sam Edelman Becker Sneakers

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Funky, patterned flat sneakers make a big statement, so you can keep the rest of your outfit simple—think, a boyfriend jeans and a white tee. ($80;

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Champion Washed Beach Strip Keds

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Take the spirit of the beach with you, even when you're miles away from water, thanks to these nautical striped keds. Mix prints with a blue and white polka dot top for an easy, breezy weekend look. ($50;

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Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire

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You'll want to cuff your jeans to show off these kicks—trust us! Nike's classic bright footwear features laser perforation for ultra breathability on warm spring days and a cushiony sole for ultimate comfort. ($130;

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Metallic Leather Old Skool Vans

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Metallic lace-ups give an edgy look when paired with a short skirt or jeans and a blazer—but don't worry, they don't scream 'skater girl.' ($70;

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Chuck Taylor All Star Missoni High Tops

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Upgrade your beat-up Chuck Taylors for a stylish pair of high tops printed with Missoni's metallic zig zags. These are a guaranteed music festival staple! ($100;

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Vince Leather Trimmed Sneaker

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Sneakers for work? You bet! Leather and canvas combine to create a refined two-tone slip-on that can go from the office to happy hour. ($250;

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Tretorn Seksti Mesh Tennis Shoes

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Swap white sneakers for a new neutral with these durable light pink lace-ups from Tretorn. These easy to pack tennis shoes will be your new favorite for traveling. ($75;

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New Balance Static 574

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Vibrant neon colors and an extra comfy and supportive footbed make this stylish pair of sneakers a good choice for an active day outside. ($75;

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