Diane Kruger just gave us today's way to wear our denim cutoff shorts. The actress tempered a classic pair of jean shorts with a navy mock-neck sweater, a quick way to play to the seasonal in-between. She added further flair to her look with a luxe beige structured satchel, Missoni for Converse high-tops, tortoiseshell round sunglasses, and a couple of gold rings. It's a casual, cool take on a leggier look — for those days when it's not quite warm enough to go all the way with a tank top. Shop our editors' picks below to follow suit.
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By now Converse and Missoni are old partners, with five zig-zag printed sneaker collaborations tucked underneath their low-top laces and knit string bikini ties. And yet there's something entirely novel about the brands' sixth effort, which goes on sale later this week.Instead of featuring new fabrics, the Converse sneakers in the Archive Project highlight discontinued prints from Missoni's past collections. Not only do they have throwback appeal, the sneakers also have limited edition cachet — really, truly — with only one pair sold per size (5 through 12) in each of the twenty styles.
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For the girl who can't live without her Chucks, Missoni's fifth — and latest — collaboration with the iconic shoe brand is basically the best thing since sliced bread. Translation: we're obsessed. Available in stores and on converse.com beginning Saturday, April 14, the limited First String lineup will offer two women's-only silhouettes and one unisex style boasting Missoni's famous multistitch fabric. While it's nearly impossible for us to pick our favorite (we're equal opportunists here!), we love that the Spring collaboration shows off a couple of new color palettes — one in shades of pastel green and metallic detailing and the other in soft neutrals accented with peach and metallics. The result? One seriously cool patterned high-top. Priced at $200, we think this may be one of our seasonal sneaker splurges, but with two classic brands at the helm, how can we resist? Click through to see each style from all angles now, then tell us which pair you like best.
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