Pumped Up Kicks: Tsubo Part II

“All the other kids with the pumped up kicks

You better run, better run, outrun my gun”

-Foster the People

Seeing red today. Red is the “it” color for Fall this year and when I saw these Tsubo sneakers on their site, I initially thought I should go with a more neutral shoe since red has never really been my color. These are different though, they’re darker and closer to a rich wine which is why I decided to live a little and go with these Ayumu High Tops. So glad I did because I actually love these sneakers. Finally I can wear a color that doesn’t make my skin more red!

If you’re like me and prefer sneakers over heels, the only way I’ll wear a dress nowadays are with pumped up kicks. They instantly make anything feminine a bit tougher, a bit cooler, and ultimately much more comfortable.

E20B9848E20B9878E20B9879E20B9882E20B9858E20B9875E20B9876E20B9884Also worth mentioning, these high tops have supportive insoles like my other Tsubo boots and are platform as well. Really good for the puddles that’ll be popping up as the weather changes. E20B9870E20B9865E20B9871E20B9883

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Maiden Lane, San Francisco

Per my last post, I’ve really flipped for Tsubo and for good reason :) Why wear something that you’re not connected to or genuinely love?

Shot by Shannon Righetti

Tsubo

Dress: Astr the Label

*This post was sponsored by Tsubo, however all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

18 thoughts on “Pumped Up Kicks: Tsubo Part II

  1. Those sneakers are so much fun and I love the way you paired them with that gorgeous dress. The leather jacket kinda ties the two together with that mix of casual and classy! Great look, girlfriend!

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  2. I am beyond obsessed with how you styled this look! That dress is just stunning, and those shoes are just too good. I have a pair very similar, so thanks for reminding me that I have to style them soon! Such a great fall outfit!

    xoxo Bryanna | Coming in Clutch

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