Fashion is an eternal renewal. Sneakers are no exception. In recent years, iconic models have been regularly brought up to date. We have seen the “Stan Smith” regain its former glory, the “Converse” bloom again at all feet and we have witnessed the revival of the “Air Max”, the “Superstar” or even the “Air Force”. Today it’s a completely different model that everyone is tearing up and more particularly the people.

With its 73 candles on the counter, the “Adidas Samba” is getting a little makeover. At a time when all eyes are on the 3-Stripes brand and what will happen after the departure of Kanye West, others prefer to focus on the shoe born in the 50s. It takes its name from the Football World Cup held in Brazil that same year. Designed specifically for football training on hard surfaces, it became popular thanks to the cinema in the 80s and 90s. Eddie Murphy, Ewan McGregor or Wynona Rider swore by them. Later, the Samba becomes the best friend of the players of five and futsal to come out again from the sports halls and to survey the asphalt.

How to wear the Samba?

From the podiums to the streets, the Samba is on the rise. It’s the comfort ally thanks to its rubber soles and the cool guarantee to give a twist to any look. Classic and refined, the Samba is rather easy to wear on a daily basis. Despite everything, she allows herself a largesse in terms of colors and materials. For guaranteed flawlessness, you can wear your pair with wide jeans. Dare the low waist, it is back in force this season. For a more girly version, the Samba goes perfectly with a long dress or a mini. For a more daring look, we completely break the codes and mix the Samba with a suit, with a tayloring pattern, it’s even better. The Samba is the basketball that is unanimous. On the way to becoming a basic as comfortable as a pair of slippers, we know in advance that the hardest part will be choosing the perfect color.

SEEN IN THE STARS. Discover this pair of sneakers that all the people love

These sneakers that all peoples are snapping up © Backgrid USA

Maria T.
Maria T.

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