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The Best Unfashion Fashion Sneaker to Ride the New '90s Trend

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Today's pick comes from Racked National editor Leslie Price.

Images via Reformation. Sneaker, $70, Palladium.

When I saw Reformation's spring lookbook six months ago, I knew that I wanted both the dresses and the clunky, '90s-ugly sneakers they were styled with. This week, I finally caved and bought a pair of Palladiums. They are a wonderful alternative to Converse in that they're much less ubiquitous, and due to their lug soles and wide footbed, they're also more comfortable.

I couldn't find the washed beige color online, so I snapped up the Pallabrouse in "vapor," a light gray color with an outsole that already looks worn in. They balance out floral dresses nicely, and come winter they'll look cute with thick socks and skinny jeans—that is, if you're feeling this whole Nineties-revival thing.
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