Bubblegum glitter high-tops FTW!

By Faith Brar
Updated: May 08, 2018

Pretty much anything Miley Cyrus touches turns to glitter, which is why it comes as no surprise that her collaboration with Converse involves tons of glam and sparkle. The new collection, which recently made its debut, is an invitation for Miley fans of all genders, ages, sexual orientations, ethnicities, shapes, and sizes to celebrate their individuality, according to Converse.

The mix and match collection of glittery and bandana looks give fans the opportunity to express themselves, regardless of their own unique styles. (P.S. The rainbow unicorn trend is the pick-me-up you need.)

The singer's partnership with Converse didn't come as a complete surprise, considering she collaborated with the brand for their Pride Collection early last year as well. She also gave us a sneak peek of the new sneaker collection through a series of Instagram pictures she posted back in November.

"Are you freaking out? Because I am," she previously wrote alongside one photo of herself showing off what she dubbed the bubblegum high-top sneaker.

Another shoe she flaunted had a millennial pink canvas with a platform slathered in silver glitter.

She also revealed a white high-top with sparkly laces and pink rubber soles, along with a white low-top sprinkled with silver glitter.

All these bold and trendy silhouettes are now available for purchase along with All-Star Performance High Tops in white and black and All-Star Lift Low Tops with a bandana-printed midsole and sock liner, giving a look that's a little bit country and a little bit punk rock.

That's not all though. On top of sneakers, the new collection also includes a series of athleisure products including bandana-printed sports bras and track pants-as well as glittery workout tees, shorts, leggings and hats if you're looking to complete your look.

Regardless of your style, this collection has got you covered, which is why you're going to want to check out more of these looks on Converse.com.



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