5 White Sneaker OOTD Ideas | Clozette

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2015 may be the year of the sneaker and the inner sporty girl in us has gotten crazy with the idea of hoarding the fun and colourful sneakers we once loved back in our younger years. However, the older and wiser fashionista in us says that there is only one type of sneaker that we need. Even if we graciously grow old, the classic, white sneaker will always be there for us to give comfort to our feet and add a pop of white for instant chicness.

Here are 5 outfit ideas for your white sneaker frenzy!


Sporty: Tank Top + Jacket + Jogger Pants

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The obvious choice is to go sporty. This gym-inspired look has gained popularity over the past few months and we don't see any reason why we should't sport this look. It's so put-together and can go from fun to monochrome depending on your choice of colours. Either way, your pair of white sneakers will look good in both looks. 

Feminine: Printed Romper + Long Vest + Structured Bag

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For a more mature choice of feminine pieces, opt for a printed romper and a dapper-looking vest instead of the usual skirt and top combination. Since the romper looks like shorts, a white sneaker fits in perfectly! 

Basic: Grey Dress + Tote Bag 

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Amplify your basic casual look with a pair of white sneakers--it's so well put together and basically made for that purpose. A simple shift dress or a body-con dress will do. Add a tote bag and you're good to go!

Casual Edgy: Top + Denim Jacket + Leather Skirt

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Channel a bit of edge to your look by wearing a leather skirt and topping it off with a denim jacket. This look is perfect for days you want to try on something new. Those white sneakers will definitely make them look twice at your OOTD. 

Boho Chic: Native Prints + Beaded Accessories

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This last one may be harder to pull off; but once you do, you'll be making a style statement. Why not mix contrasting trends? Since white is a classic colour choice, it would perfectly balance out a colourful and printed outfit such as this! 


Let us know which look is your favourite in the comments below! 



The F1 Grand Prix fever hit Singapore last week and Clozette was at one of the best parties to catch it all: The Sky Grandé Prix Fast & Fashionable Party. The party was located at the chic and trendy Empire Club on level 45 of Singapore Land Tower, meters away from the Formula 1 circuit and offering a stunning view of the Singapore skyline.

Aside from a night of partying to music spun by a variety of DJs, guests were also treated to a Fashion Show curated by Vanilla Luxury, featuring brands by women entrepreneurs based in Singapore such as Princessa, Audley's Aisle, Lustre, ANK Jewellery, Jubilo Joias, and House of Sheens.

With a spectacular view and a night of fun ahead, it wasn't a surprise when our Clozette Ambassadors and Star Clozetters graced the event in style.

Read on to see some of the fashionable looks we spotted through the night!

Cassandra Tan


When you have a night of partying ahead of you, you need to be dressed to be seen; and that is exactly what Clozette Ambassador Cassandra Tan set out to do in her stunning all-white jumpsuit ensemble. She paired the look chunky accessories and a bright, red bag for a pop of colour.

Qi Yun


A fashion show in the midst of Formula 1 needs an edgy and fashionable ensemble that stands out in a crowd. This look from Clozette Ambassador Qi Yun is exactly that--it is unique and flows with just the right pop of colour.

Kelly Toh


A fashion party in a club is never complete without a fashionable monochrome ensemble that shows just the right amount of skin. Clozette Ambassador Kelly Toh stood out from the crowd of mini-dresses with this full-length slitted skirt and ruffled monochrome top.

Hanna Tantoco


For a quick party OOTD that easily takes you from work to the club in an instant, it's best to go all black. This all-black ensemble by Clozette Ambassador Hanna Tantoco is a perfect day-to-night look, taking her from looking corporate chic to club chic in an instant.


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Everyone seems to be in tune with fashion nowadays, but how do you sort out the trend-followers from the legitimate style seekers? Simple, look at how they dress. If they adhere to a common style, always look polished, and their clothes are almost always something you wish to have in your wardrobe, chances are she is a true-blooded fashionista.

If not, then might as well give her these 5 secrets so she can also look stylish anytime, anywhere. (Like you, perhaps?)


Always balance it out

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A well-balanced outfit relies on knowing your body type, and from there, you'll know which silhouettes work best for you. Filter out which pieces work for you and add clothes accordingly. A heavily-structured top needs a sleek bottom, a flowy maxi dress needs a thin belt, a pink hat needs to be tamed by a basic outfit, a bejewelled dress need not be paired with more jewelry, and so on. Think like a stylist and you'll look like you've been dressed by one. 

Shop smarter

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Pablo Picasso would not have been able to paint his masterpieces if his paint tubes were made of cheap oils and pigments. Keep this metaphor in mind when you are shopping. Also, keep in mind that not everything needs to be branded for it to be of high quality. You just need to be more scrutinising with your clothes. If something is made of cheap cotton, it won't last long. It will come to a point where you'll see the fibers fall out and it's not really something nice to look at. Stick to thick, breathable fabric and invest in your closet staples. 

Plan, plan, plan

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Failing to plan is planning to fail. You don't want the fashion police chasing you because of your wrong clothing choices. Plan according to the occasion and weather or base it according to the people you're going with and the activities you'll do. Once you've sorted this out, you'll be able to decide which the most appropriate look is. 

Risk it, but don't go overboard

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No one can dictate the clothes you want to wear--not the trends, not even the editor-in-chief of Vogue. You do you. If you want to risk it and match contrasting styles (such as preppy with rock, or girly with goth) stick to it, but don't go overboard. Subtle details are more fashionable and pleasing to the eye rather than incorporating attention-grabbing pieces all in one look. You don't want it to look costume-y, and you don't want to look like a walking artwork (unless, that is your brand). 

Never leave out the shoes

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Your shoes can make or break your outfit. You can get away with wearing the shabbiest top with the most unflattering pair of pants if and only if you're rocking a killer pair of heels. That's how important it is. For shoe colour choices it's always smart to stay safe: nude, black, brown, and for special occasions--red. If you'll go on the trendy side, make sure the colour or style either pops out as a statement piece or it fits in perfectly in your whole outfit's colour palette. Also, the type of shoe determines the feel of your look-- a pair of yellow sneakers will express a different vibe compared to a pair yellow pointed toe pumps. Choose wisely, and choose according to the occasion. 


Have more tips to share? Let us know in the comments below!