These days, sneakers are no longer reserved for workout sessions or errand runs. As they come in hundreds of different styles ranging from simple and cute to intricate and elegant, there’s always a pair that you can go to for comfort regardless of the occasion.
Take for example these Pinay celebrities who were spotted sporting comfy trainers during their own weddings. In case you’ve been thinking of trading those bejeweled satin stilettos for a comfy pair of sneaks, these ladies’ shoe choices will give you some inspiration.
Our real-life Darna recently made headlines after getting married to long-time boyfriend Neil Arce. Ever the laidback cool girl, Angel opted for a simple white blazer and pants for her wedding pictorial. She paired this practical ensemble with Adidas Nizza Platform shoes in Cloud White, which retails for just P3,300!
The beauty queen definitely knows how to work a pair of pumps, but going for comfort over polish, Megan traded her Jimmy Choo heels for Nike Air Jordan 1 Retro Low Slip-Ons during their wedding reception. “As much as I loved my wedding shoes, I wanted to be as comfortable as possible during our reception. So instead of changing into pretty flats or chunky heels, I knew that in my sneaker loving heart I had to wear my trusty J’s,” she wrote in an Instagram post.
Magic 89.9’s DJ Bea got hitched to fellow sports broadcaster (and sneakerhead) Nikko Ramos late last year. The bride looked stunning in a cream-colored gown paired with chunky Nike Women's Air Jordan 4 x Off-White sneakers.
Way back in 2011, Kristine married Oyo Sotto in a beautiful ceremony by the beach. During this special day, the actress opted for white Converse Chuck Taylor All Star kicks, which she paired with lacy white stockings.
The TV personality might not have worn sneakers per se during her big day, but she made the case for comfortable wedding footwear by going for leather boots. According to the celeb, she had worn this trusty pair during many hosting sessions with now-husband Juancho Trivino, so it only made sense to have it on when they finally exchanged vows.