Summer in the Philippines is less a season, more a state of mind. For a truly endless summer, footwear brand Keds has teamed up with lifestyle label Sunnylife to bring fun, sunny Australian style to its beloved sneakers.
Known for those giant pool floats that have been starring in many Instagram posts, Sunnylife brings prints perfect for the carefree summer weather.
For added height and interest, there’s Triple Sunnylife Islabomba. This platform sneaker is made summer-ready with vibrant geometric prints reminiscent of the patterns usually seen in a tropical seaside café.
The whimsical watermelon take on the beloved Kickstart sneaker is the embodiment of everything summer should be: casual, fun, playful, and bright. This pair adds a mouth-watering twist to all those summer favorites, from denim to dresses. It also features Keds’ all-new cushiony Dream Foam footbeds for all-day comfort.
Tropical birds grace Kickstart, as well. This fun-loving print transforms even the most basic outfits into traffic-stopping looks. Simply pair these tweet-worthy canvas sneakers with jeans and T-shirt.
Meanwhile, the Double Decker Sunnylife Embroidery is an espadrille-inspired creation that mixes earthy elements like jute-wrapped bottoms and canvas uppers with elegantly embroidered tropical birds to make a slip-on sneaker unlike any other. Pair this beach-y pair with cutoffs or sundresses for a laid-back look worthy of a tropical getaway.
Champion’s sun-ready versions come in the form of cool, solid colors: coral, lavender, mint. Cotton canvas uppers keep things breezy and light, while the all-new cushiony Dream Foam footbeds ensure everyday comfort and the dreamiest steps. These Champions come with two sets of laces for added styling options.
The Bliss II Sandal is Keds’ modern take on the quintessential pool slide. Complete with light-as-air foam outsoles and contoured footbeds with added arch support, these easy sandals are perfect all summer long, from the beach to the streets.
Go to keds.com.ph for more information.
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