5 Pairs of Women's White Sneakers that are Not Common Projects
We love Common Projects sneakers as much as the next gal, but city-dwellers as we are, we're not emotionally (or financially) ready to expose $435 of beautiful white leather to the dirty streets.
Here are 5 great alternatives that are just as sleek—and a bit more budget-friendly.
Does the shape look familiar? That’s because it’s a the classic New Balance shape from the 1970s, but made with an on-trend combination of suede and mesh. We’re fans of the Gold/Salt colour.
These vintage-inspired low-tops have perforations in the pattern that give them a unique look. Tennis great Ivan Lendl collaborated on this collection, and his signature is on the suede patch on the back.
These sleek kicks have a grained leather upper and a cap toe made of smooth leather. Inside there’s a cushioned footbed and arch support.
Okay, okay, they’re not white. Soludos used to offer an option in white but they seem to have discontinued it recently. That said, the nude colour is versatile and easy to match with any outfit. Plus, we’ve heard they’re super comfy.
These sneakers combine smooth calf leather with a strip of suede. They’re made in the Marche of Italy.