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How to Match Your Shoes with Clothes

Ever noticed how some people just can’t be seen without matching brands on some form of their clothing? Of course, we’re specifically talking about matching clothing with shoes here. Some people can be really touchy about this kind of thing, so we kindly put together some of the best matchy looks for you to ogle over.


The brand with the 3 stripes has got to be one of the easiest brands to match clothes with your shoes. We’re talking full kit here – you could really go head to toe here if you fancied it.

First up, you could go minimal and just match clothing with shoes through your socks with your sneaks, with the black and white vibe looking sweeter than sugar, a pair of adidas black and white crew socks paired up with a pair of some on-trend platform superstars. Yes.

You could always go for the old track top and trainer combo as well, and if you want to do that, then you’ve got to do it right. We’re thinking the same colour, same brand – exhibit A being the below, get those adidas Gazelles matched up with their track top equivalent.

And if you want to go all out, then just go for the tracksuit bottoms, socks, and shoes triple threat.


If you like some athleisure wear, then you’ll be FILA-in this look. Now, this is where you can go full kit and look like a million dollars. To be fair, anything with a retro pair of FILA Disruptors looks good. They look so good we’re actually all out of these bad boys just now.


The weather getting a bit more decent, so naturally, you want to get the pool slides on, yeah? Reebok is what you’re looking for, and you can match the shoes with your clothes with either a pair of leggings or, even better, a matching black and white sweatshirt to go with your Reebok Classic Slides.

The big-name players like Gigi Hadid are on board with the brand matching as well, so if that’s not enough motivation, then you’re a lost cause.

Reebok Club C with Orange Shorts


We’ll finish things off with a proper ’90s look withtaking in a right good casual look when matched up with a pair of Ellesse joggies.

So, there you go, you’ve seen the options, if that hasn’t convinced you to match up your branded clothing to your shoes, then we really don’t know what will.