3. Jump start your routine and feel comfortable!
Find your signature silhouette and build a wardrobe around it.
Wear outfits that fit, neither is it OK to wear a shirt with eight colors that match your sneakers with eight colors. It looks forced, and style should be a fluid, comfortable thing.
4. If you pay attention to your sneakers, do the same for your clothes.
For those spending a lot of dough on their sneakers, it only makes sense to have a wardrobe that’s on the same level.
This doesn’t mean there’s a need to have a closet full of the most expensive pieces. It just goes without saying that there’s no point in spending $500 on sneakers if your jeans, jacket, and shirt make you look like a slob.
5. Sneaker colors Complement Shirt colors But Don't get too matchy-matchy.
The material and color of your shoes is a suitable reference for the choice of Shirt colors. You should start by matching your tees and shoes. A black and red Shoe should be worn with black red design shirt; a white blue Sneaker with White shirt and Blue design sounds logical right? Strictly adhering your wardrobe to the colorway of your sneakers make sense but do not buy shirts with more than 3 colors at the design.