My all time favorite sneakers will have to be Air Max 95 and 97 they are classics, growing up I always kept a pair. They weren't the sneaker that got played out. No matter when you got them and still till this day they hold that reputation. As for right now 2020, I love my black Nike Waffle Sacai’s (the first colorway) and Nike Olivia Kim Mowabb’s.
Women are definitely kicking down the door’s in this dominated male field…. But sometimes I say to myself who made those rules, who ever said it was for males? Women are underestimated on many levels, but to name a few wether its influencers who collect or actual designer’s Melody Eshani, Serena Williams, Aleali May they all have made a huge impact in the sneaker business as it will continue to grow like it's never been done before.
For the ladies who have a hard time creating looks, be yourself, don't over overthink or over kill but stick to who you are and be comfortable with you, there are no rules. Me being 36 I dress according to how I feel, comfort is key. Also confidence and keeping some sex appeal about yourself whether its a lip a hairstyle or an add on like a bag; always find a way to seperate yourself from the rest and be true to you. It’s not just your clothing its the overall image you want people to relate too while being an eye catcher.
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