Fashion Girls Can't Get Enough of This Classic Sports Brand

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Every day, there are new streetwear brands bubbling up to the surface, and while some take on athleisure in new and creative ways, there are a few classics that continue to reign supreme in the closets of fashion girls everywhere. Case in point: Adidas. With the help of the brand’s classic Stan Smiths re-emerging a few years back, Adidas has proved itself as a massive streetwear mainstay, whether it’s in the form of sneakers, pants, or other staples.

To illustrate our point, we pulled together looks from our favorite It girls who have been wearing the Adidas like it’s their jobs. Whether they’re sporting head-to-toe looks featuring the brand’s signature three stripes, or it’s a subtler logo here and there, these ladies know how to elevate these classic sportswear pieces to a whole new level of fashion. Scroll down to see them all, and then shop each outfit to make it your own.

Style Tip: For those days when you’re lounging by the pool, slip on a pair of Adidas sandals to give yourself a more athletic touch.

Beach Riot Sydney Belted One Piece ($148)

You’ll love wearing this comfortable swimsuit to the pool on sunny days.

Adidas Adilette Slide Sandal ($45)

These sandals made a major comeback after being seen on It girls everywhere.

Style Tip: Create a cool contrast in your outfit by pairing a structured blazer with these pool slides.

River Island Double Breasted Blazer ($72)

A pink blazer will feel so unexpected and perfect for spring.

Adidas Adilette Aqua Slides ($25)

If you want something that feels cooler than the classic black and white, opt for a neon orange.

Realisation Par The Kaia ($180)

Wear this top with a pair of jeans or your favorite skirt.

Adidas ZX 2K Boost Shoes ($75)

This version of the sporty sneaker feels sleek enough to wear with anything you own.

Zella Cara Hoodie ($30)

If you look close enough, you can see the embossed detail.

Adidas Forum Sneakers ($110)

Bet you don’t come across high-top Adidas often.

Ulla Johnson Linnea Puff Sleeve Ruffle Minidress ($545)

The Western trend has taken a turn for the season.

Adidas Falcon Sneakers ($85)

Easily some of the coolest “ugly” sneakers on the market.

1.State Check Ruched Sleeve Blazer ($79)

Can’t go wrong with a classic check blazer, and the yellow and blue accents take it to the next level.

Adidas Stan Smith Sneaker ($80)

These sneakers are made with faux leather, making them animal friendly.

ASOS Noisy May Mini T-Shirt Dress ($29)

Channel the Yeezy aesthetic look with this comfortable dress.

Adidas Gazelle Sneaker ($90)

If you don’t want to wear Stan Smiths but still like the look of the three stripes, go for the sleeker Gazelle style instead.

Victoria Victoria Beckham Slim Fit Wool Mohair Tuxedo Jacket ($396)

A tuxedo blazer will always make you look polished.

Adidas Originals Firebird Classic Primeblue Track Pants ($70)

These pants can be styled with suit pieces for a more formal approach, or with your favorite T-shirt.

Wolford Jamaika String Bodysuit ($195)

A bodysuit will ensure you look sleek all day long.

Adidas Originals Adibreak Tearaway Track Pants ($80)

If you ever had tearaway pants as a kid, these will definitely bring you back to those days.

Rosie Assoulin Thousand in One Ways Cardigan ($895)

We can’t get over this cheerful color combination.

Adidas Terrex Hikster Sneakers ($130)

Bright and colorful, these are sure to stand out.

Adidas Crop Tank ($30)

A cropped tank top will feel cool and easily channel the ’90s look.

Adidas 3-Stripes Tights ($40)

Cobalt leggings are essential for the warm weather.

Style Tip: For a road trip–ready ensemble, layer your favorite track shorts over a pair of bike shorts.

Adidas Originals Laced Bike Shorts ($40)

Wear these everywhere from early-morning coffee to your regular workouts.

Birkenstock Arizona Sandal ($100)

These will easily be some of the best shoes to walk in.

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