10 Sneakers You Can Totally Get Away with Wearing at the Office

Hey, you're *running* to meetings, aren't you?

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They may have started out as gym attire, but sneakers are no longer just for sport—and our aching feet are eternally grateful. Here, a look at shoes that can easily go from weekend wear to office attire with just a switch of an outfit. (Making running to meetings a literal thing.)

Dover Street Market NY

The neutral two-tone coloring on this woven raffia is equal parts subtle and eye-catching. Wear them with everything from an LBD to a colorful caftan.

Robert Clergerie 'Teba' Woven Sneaker in Printed, $395; Saksfifthavenue.com

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A pair of buttery leather slip-ons meld the everyday sneaker with the men's Oxford—and with a pointed toe, you get a little girliness in the mix, too.

Vince Paeyre Leather Sneaker in Truffle, $275; Vince.com

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Cole Haan

This sneaker/bootie crossover makes for a seamless work-to-weekend transition. The rubber heel is a cool and casual twist on the otherwise traditional chukka boot and the ocelot print packs a stylish punch.

Cole Haan Zerøgrand Chukka Bootie in Ocelot Haircalf Print, $228; Colehaan.com

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Glossy navy leather makes these high tops dressy enough for the office, while the retro style works effortlessly with any off-duty outfit.

Balenciaga Leather High-Top Sneaker, $535; Net-a-porter.com

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Put a spring in your step—literally. These ultra-light, cushioned sneakers provide the comfort and support of a trainer with the sleek style of an everyday shoe. Pair with some tailored culottes or a fitted pencil skirt for a new take on office wear.

Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire, $130; Nike.com

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These leather and mesh mashups will steal all the attention—so pair them with a monochromatic look for the biggest impact.

Balenciaga Sneakers, $695; modesens.com

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Michael Kors

The stylish slip-on set the precedent for "fancy" sneakers, and this pair adds a dash of femininity with shiny patent leather and a big bow. Sporty never looked so sweet.

Michael Kors Val Runway Patent Leather Bow Sneaker in Black, $295; Michaelkors.com

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These low-profile lace-ups are worth the splurge—they pair perfectly with just about everything and the stars add a playful touch to an otherwise simple shoe.

Saint Laurent Star-Embroidered Leather Sneaker, $645; ysl.com

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These solid sneakers can pair with jeans just as easily as a pleated, midi skirt.

Adidas by Raf Simons, $380; store.hypebeast.com

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Think of these as a clean canvas—the perfect finish for brights, neutrals, and everything in between.

Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane Court Classic Sneakers, $595; fwrd.com

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