The Dali J Interview

Sneaker girls are popping up now more than ever and we love to see it! The resale market can be daunting to some but the ladies of Sinners Love Sneakers have it all figured out. Cofounder, sneaker enthusiast, and foodie Dali J gives us the deets on her history with sneakers below.

Name & Instagram: 
Dalisha / @dali_j_
Where are you from? I’m from Bridgeport, a small town in Connecticut, a short train ride away from NYC
What’s your all time favorite pair of sneakers and why? This question is most difficult! I have a vast variety of favorites, but to narrow it down not only just including style but comfort I must go with my Grid Azura 2000 Saucony/Bodega collab, CPFM Vapors, and Yeezy Boost 700
As the sneaker business evolves, how do you feel about the progress women have made in sneaker culture?  I love this question.  I feel like the progression is subtle but we’re getting there. As we all know this is a male dominated industry, to see women in our feminism influencing such a masculine production the way we are changes the game and change is good.
If you could orchestrate any sneaker collab, who would you like to see work together?
I’m one for a classic look,vintage, a sneaker that you can pull out of your closet that is eye-catching, makes someone want to ask you “where did you get those from”, google search worthy. I would love to see a collaboration between Nike and Sinners Love Sneakers sometime in the future. Currently I would have to go with Phillip Lim x Nike. 
What style tips would you give to the ladies that have a hard time putting looks together with sneakers?
Ladies, always think about comfort when getting dressed. Number one style tip is to be yourself. I love to see a female and people in general in their originality. You can tell the difference between a person who is following trends and one who is basking in their own inventiveness. Thats admirable.
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