Spring’s Sneaker Refresh with Reebok

Today's post has been sponsored by Reebok. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible!

Can you feel that? Spring is in full effect - finally! I almost lost hope after NYC was inundated with foggy skies, rainy mornings, and chilly gusts of wind.


With spring rearing it’s gorgeous weather it’s time for me to start prepping for the glorious, warmer weather. By now we should all know how much I love rituals and traditions. For Spring, it’s pretty simple and ranges from a deep cleaning of my home, a well-deserved spa day, and (my favorite) adding new select pieces to my spring uniform.

I always start with what goes on my feet and work my way up. I’ve always gotten excited about new footwear and it’s what I’ll be wearing most during the season.

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With a few travel plans in the work and since I tend to be on my feet 20x more the first thing I look at are sneakers. I need light shoes with the perfect amount of support – enter Reebok's ZOKU RUNNERS.

These sweet kicks are the latest to come from the line and I’ve had the pleasure of testing them out by running NYC in them. First off, they are so comfortable and light they’ve been in heavy rotation since I got them. The next thing I’m loving is the seamless knit style which gives it a sock-life fit. And for those that are keeping up with the sneakerhead news, flyknits are trending heavily for their sleek design.

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Dress: Grana  Jacket: Zara  Sneakers: Reebok  Sunglasses: The Row  Lipgloss: Mama via Colourpop

Because of the heathered material used, I’ve been styling them a lot with my looser fitting pieces and neutrals. I wouldn’t be opposed to styling them with my running tights or slinky dresses.

If you’re interested in trying these out for yourself, click here to learn more and see the colors available. P.s. the sizing is pretty accurate too – no need to size up or down.

As always drop me a line if you have any questions!

Photos by Lydia Hudgens.