The new spring sneakers Casual street style.

Forget chunky, multicolour and high-tech sneakers; the new spring sneakers are very different from the street-style we’ve gotten used in the past seasons.

See next, the sneaker trends you will love to wear in 2020. If you purchase something through the links in this post, Notorious-mag will get a commission.


In fact, in 2020 sneakers are more traditional and cleaner, like the minimalist and iconic Adidas Stan Smith.

Caroline de Maigret during Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020/2021. Photo by Hanna Lassen/Getty Images.

White sneakers

Sleek white sneakers look put together enough so that you can wear them to the office or go out at night.

RaJaa Blake wears sneakers by Nike to NYFW on February 6, 2020. Photo by David Dee Delgado/Getty Images.


Even the chunkier models come in muted colours and cleaner design in 2020.

Xenia Adonts, wearing a Michael Kors jacket and pants with Balenciaga sneakers during New York Fashion Week A/W20. Photo by Daniel Zuchnik via Getty Images.

White Dad sneaker

The new spring sneakers are worn with more elegant looks like a suit or tailored trousers.

Danielle Bernstein during New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020, in February 2020. Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images


The classic Converse All-Stars sneakers are back this spring, and they look especially cool paired with dresses.

Donna Wallace wearing Converse sneakers outside Cecilie Bahnsen during Copenhagen Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020. Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images.

High-top sneakers

High-top sneakers bring nowness and dress down midi skirts. This is an excellent combination for a relaxed office look.

Blanca Miro during London Fashion Week in February 2020. Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images

Canvas sneakers

You can’t go wrong with canvas sneakers like the famous Italian Superga or Prada’s Wheel. Wear them with short suits, dresses or jeans for an effortlessly chic outfit.

Estelle Chemouny wearing Prada sneakers outside MSGM, during Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 20/21. Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images.

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