Review: Superga 2750 Classic Sneakers

Elevated Style | J.Crew Toothpick Jean Distressed Indigo 2

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There’s something about a classic white sneaker that never gets old.

Lately, I’ve been really into Superga—an Italian shoe brand famous for their “2750 Classic” model (what I’m wearing above). Overall, these kicks are a triple threat; comfortable, stylish, and versatile.

I wanted to share these sneakers with you because they are unisex, meaning that for tall women like us, they are available in our larger sizes! I ordered mine from Amazon where the size range goes up to a women’s size 13. What’s even better is the fact that these sneakers run large and that multiple retailers and reviews recommend sizing down 1/2 size. This means that there is even more chance that they will be available in our size! I ended up sizing down 1/2 size and they fit perfectly. I’ve noticed that other retailers, such as Barefoot Tess, carry these sneakers too.

Another great thing about Superga sneakers is that they can be dressed up or down. For example, I paired them with distressed jeans and a blazer (see above) for a classy-casual look. I can also see myself wearing these with dresses and skirts all summer long.

Readers: Have you tried Superga sneakers? What is your go-to white sneaker brand?

3 thoughts on “Review: Superga 2750 Classic Sneakers

  1. Emily

    Question: idk if you wear Converse, but would you say theyre more comfortable than Converse or about the same? I want something simple but even Converse make my feet hurt :-/

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