8 Trendy Sneakers That College Women Are Loving Right Now

Adidas Superstar
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It’s officially back-to-school season, and while that signals heading back to the dorms and the transition to fall, it also means a new wardrobe is in order. Footwear News reports the eight sneaker styles that college girls are loving right now. Read more from FN and shop the styles below:

From Footwear News:
Comfort reigns supreme on college campuses —  with students wearing sweatshirts, leggings and T-shirts — and sneakers are the most comfortable shoe option possible.

But while the market is saturated with sneaker options, there are a few kicks that almost every college girl seems to have.

The single most popular sneaker seems to be the Adidas Superstar, a style that has developed a devoted fandom in the past few years. One reason for the shoe’s popularity is its versatility: The Superstar is a kick that works with just about any clothing item, from a casual dress to jeans to a suit. Several other classic styles from the German footwear company have also proven their staying power, including the Stan Smith, which can be purchased with on-trend Velcro fasteners, and the Gazelle, which comes in chic colors like turquoise, millennial pink and mint green.

1. Superga Cotu Classic

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2. Converse All Star’s

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3. Nike Flex Running Sneakers

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4. Vans Sk8 High Top Sneakers

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5. Adidas Stan Smith

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6. Adidas Superstar

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7. Adidas Gazelle

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8. Nike Flyknit Streak

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