Nina Dobrev takes on Las Vegas in red white and blue sweatshirts with sneakers – Footwear News
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Nina Dobrev took a trip to Las Vegas in patriotic attire.
On Elvis Presley’s “Viva Las Vegas,” the actress posted a time-lapse video of herself standing at the airport on Instagram on Aug. 14, her suitcases and bags by her side.
Dobrev’s outfit consisted of an oversized red, white and blue sweatshirt which she teamed with equally oversized and matching sweatpants. This patriotic move can be seen as a nod to Team USA, the Olympic team made up of big names like Simone Biles and her boyfriend Shaun White.
The actress wore a nude and black tote with silver hardware, the style slightly baggy and oversized much like her outfit.
The “Fresh Vine Wine” company co-founder wore her hair down and parted in the middle, adding to the sporty yet relaxed nature of the ensemble. Dobrev wore little to no makeup for her trip and why would she? A comfortable outfit like this requires a clean, fresh face.
As for footwear, Dobrev’s look remained sporty with a pair of pointed white sneakers. The “Flatliners” actress’ shoes featured a low-top style with rounded toes. The style is utterly classic and extremely versatile thanks to the white monochrome all the way to the laces.
In general, Dobrev’s style is modern and elegant. In addition to her beloved pointy-toe pumps, the ‘Perks Of Being A Wallflower’ actress can be seen in strappy sandals from brands including Stuart Weitzman, Charlotte Olympia and Marchesa. When not on duty, ankle and knee boots from Dr. Martens, Dolce Vita and Tommy Hilfiger are her favorites. Dobrev’s laid-back looks often include white sneakers from Converse and Vans, as well as athletic pairs from Reebok, Avre, New Balance and Under Armour. During the summer months, she also dons lightweight shoes like Franco Sarto espadrille slides and Gucci slippers.
Slip into these classic white low-top sneakers.
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