Check out our favorite summer sneakers!
Summer is halfway through (nooo!) and you better believe we have been enjoying our time outside in the sunshine. Whether we’ve been taking advantage of the longer days by being active and adventurous, or by relaxing in the golden glow, sneakers have been our constant companion. Lightweight, comfortable, and cute, Blowfish Malibu sneakers are summer-ready at a moment’s notice. So we had some of our friends at the Blowfish Malibu headquarters share their favorite sneakers for summer. See how we’re styling them for the rest of the sunny season.
Mazaki is a great shoe to start your day. It’s not just for the long summer days, but for every single day. Perfect for your early morning walks, hikes, or jogs, this sneaker is everything you want and more! With a knit upper, decorative contrast laces, and a cushioned footbed, Mazaki is a sneaker you’ll be wearing non-stop. They also pair nicely with your favorite pair of cut-offs and a white tee for a look that is effortlessly So-Cal.
Looking for a comfortable, durable, and trendy sneaker? Vex is our newest silhouette that’ll knock your socks off. Vex is ultra-comfortable and will easily bend and move with your foot! This uber-lightweight sneaker features a canvas upper with elastic on the vamp for easy off/on. Vex also features an upper with distressed edges and contrast stitching. I swear you’ll never want to take these babies off!
For the gals that love a athletic, casual look (and hightop sneakers), Fruitcake is for you! This hightop sneaker features a pre-distressed upper with top-stitching, terry cloth lining, slip-on entry, decorative laces, and decorative zipper. Not to mention, this cutie has an ultra-comfortable super foam insole. Pair these with a denim jacket and your favorite romper for a California-cool look.
For the edgy city girl, Moxie is our hightop sneaker that won’t disappoint. This laid-back inspired hightop sneaker features a canvas upper with frayed edges for that worn-in feel. With decorative laces, double faux-leather buckles, and a functional zipper, Moxie is the ideal sneaker for the California girl on the go.
Well, there you have it! We hope you have gotten some inspiration on how our Blowfish Malibu girls have been styling our top picks.
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Three looks to inspire your Fall styling using your favorite sneakers and denim.
Sneakers and denim go together like tube socks and roller skates. Ketchup and mustard. Peanut butter and jelly. Avocado and toast. And with California Fall in full swing, we are finding ourselves living in our favorite denim and comfiest sneakers.
So we put together three different looks, using our favorite Fall sneakers and coolest denim. Check it out below!
Shop the Marley Sneaker.
Lace-less sneaker, Marley, is one of this season’s Most Valuable Sneakers – its stretchy nature makes it the easiest (and dare we say comfiest?) sneaker of our Fall ’17 collection! So to accompany its laid back style, we paired it with a few of our favorite easy-going pieces like dark jeans and a soft cotton striped tee.
Shop the Cora Sneaker.
We love a good low-top sneaker. Our new style, Cora, is an easy-going lace up shoe that is getting us in the mood for fall’s dark hues. See it paired with a dark denim ensemble – jeans and a black denim jacket.
Shop the Mondo Sneaker.
We’d like to introduce you to another lace-less big hitter of this season’s sneaker lineup. Meet Mondo, the zipped up style that is here to mix up your sneaker collection. True to our California roots, we paired this style with our favorite cutoffs and a black tank.
“One of my favorite details of the style Mondo is the smokey 2-tone finish of the canvas. The style is a very West-Coast-friendly, because it has both the function of cool bootie with attitude and the comfort of a sneaker,” says Mondo designer Jannie.
+Which style is your favorite?
Photos styled by Jenny Garcia and shot by Andrew Garcia.