The squared toe first made its appearance at the Spring 2018 runway ("The holy grail is Bottega Nike Air Force Veneta," says Petersson), but the angular edge is still going strong. Shoes from the Italian brand, helmed by Daniel Lee, are still selling out everywhere, so "if you can't get your hands on them, Wandler, Reike Nen and Manu Atelier offer some amazing alternatives with equally amazing price tags," she suggests. You won't tire of this trend anytime soon, because brands are reworking it in to every style. "From a great bootie to an evening shoe, designers have added this squared off detail in varying degrees.
Glover is far from the first to make sneakers intended to show their scuffs and stains as marks of pride. Tom Sachs's Nike Mars Yard sneakers are made from all-natural, undyed material that degrades and wears over time. Maison Margiela's Converse collaboration from 2013 featured sneakers covered in white paint that would flake off over time to reveal colored canvas. Still, Air Force 1 Glover's cult-like following and millions of fans are sure to make these sneakers a hit. Mark your calendar for their release date, April 26.
You don't have to be a total sneakerhead in order to get behind the look either: These pairs feel just as special as ceremonial bridal shoes, and come complete with grosgrain ribbon laces, crystal-embellished buckles, and glitter-dusted soles. With plenty of things to worry about on your wedding day, a little extra comfort is appreciated; with these on your feet, everything from greeting guests to dancing should all be a piece of cake. Whether your dress has a bustle, or you plan on changing looks completely, consider slipping on a wedding-worthy sneaker; whether its one with a bit of glitz, or a custom keepsake from the day. Air Force 1 Custom Here, shop 11 white wedding sneakers for the modern bride.