Reebok x FACE Stockholm have created the perfect nude sneakers just in time for summer, welcome to my closet Reebok Classic Freestyle Hi!


As far as summer shoes go I basically wear everything – heels, boots, pointed toes flats, sandals and sneakers. I like the idea of combining my favourite shoes with different pieces each season. This summer I’ll be wearing my new kicks from Reebok x FACE Stockholm to death! Thanks Zalando for hooking me up with these cute hi-tops.

Make-up Inspired Shoes

When I heard the sports shoe giant were jointly celebrating 35 years of beauty with the Swedish cosmetic company I was curious to see what they would create. This is a collaboration focused on two of our most important accessories – shoes and makeup, no pressure!


This season the Reebok Classic Freestyle Hi is inspired by skin tones and natural shades from FACE Stockholm palettes. The hi-tops come in 5 colours ranging from black, mustard yellow, teal, pink and muted grey-white. We’re coming into summer so I went for the lightest shade, Milky an off-white colour. As someone who doesn’t keep white shoes clean for very long they’re a good compromise!

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I’ve been testing them out over the past month to see what they’re like and so far I’m impressed. They look good, go with most things in my wardrobe and they’re pretty comfy. I’ve worn them with wide-leg jeans like this pair from Mango and also with dresses and skirts.

Get your hands on your Reebok Classics here. Leave me a comment and let me know what colour you go for!

I accessorised this look with my Cult Gaia Ark bag and new sunglasses from Urban Outfitters. For an honest review of the Cult Gaia bag click here.

Thanks for dropping by! J xx

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Outfit Details

Shoes REEBOK X FACE STOCKHOLM // Denim Flares MANGO // Bag CULT GAIA (I have the Large size) // Glasses URBAN OUTFITTERS

These shoes were gifted by Zalando. All opinions, styling and images are my own.

Photography by Jennifer Maerz

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