10 Minimalist White Sneakers You Can Wear Over and Over

Count on these versatile pairs to match all your outfits.


(SPOT.ph) It pays to have a closet filled with clothes that you can wear again and again and style to match all sorts of looks and occasions. The same goes for your shoes. Footwear is normally the last step of the dressing ritual—but it can make or break a great outfit, so owning pairs that would elevate a variety of your ensembles is key. One of the most reliable styles for such is the ubiquitous white sneaker—we like to go by the philosophy that you can never own too many. Below, we round up 10 sleek white sneakers that sport clean, minimalist silhouettes. No fuss, no frills, no bulky silhouettes, and no crazy colors—you’ll be reaching for these pairs constantly.

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Here are 10 minimalist white sneakers you can shop in Manila:

Low Top (P6,850) from AVG Supply


Still looking for the perfect, goes-with-anything pair to add to your shoe rotation? You'll want to check out local brand AVG Supply’s irresistible sneakers! Each pair is made with genuine cow leather with rubber soles for a timeless look and comfortable wear. Their stripped-down, back-to-basics styles feature wearable silhouettes with no ornamental designs, extra stitching, perforations, or padding—just clean, simple, and great for everyday use. We’re currently eyeing this all-white low top lace-up, which also comes in black, rose, and taupe.

Available online.

Walk Support Water Repellent Sneakers (P1,650) from MUJI

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Who says you can’t wear white sneakers when it’s raining out? MUJI’s got a pair of sensible white kicks perfect for any time of the year thanks to their water-repellent material. If you’re obsessed with the Japanese lifestyle store’s minimalist-chic aesthetic, you’ll love these sneakers. Best part? They won’t even cost you two blue bills.

See a list of MUJI branches.

Superlight White Sneakers (P2,500) from Straightforward

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If you think you can’t have variety when shopping for white sneakers, local brand Straightforward is here to prove you wrong. Their just-chunky-enough pairs come in a predominantly white shade with an itty-bitty color accent on the heel that’s sure to make your kicks stand out from the rest. You can choose between maroon, navy, gray, and more—or collect them all, we won’t judge!

Available online.

2750 COT3STRAPU (P2,450) from Superga

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Hate shoelaces that constantly get undone? Skip the struggle and go for these velcro-strapped sneakers from Superga instead—yup, just like the ones you had in preschool. The canvas pair comes in several colors like black, gray, and pink, but you can’t go wrong with the classic white.

See a list of Superga branches.

Laceless Sneakers (P2,155) from Keds


Keds’ OG canvas kicks are made even more fuss-free on this pair, which gives the style a cool, lace-free design. You’ll love slipping into these preppy sneakers whether you’re strutting around in a flowy sundress or chilling in your old blue jeans. The simple design would go with anything in your closet so you can put them on without a second thought—perfect when you’re rushing out of the house.

See a list of Keds branches.

Straightset Leather Trainers (P5,450) from Lacoste

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These stylish leather trainers from Lacoste are perfect to have when you want to look dressed up, but still stay comfy. The sleek pair would work with your dressy outfits just as well as your shiny black oxfords or even your go-to ballet flats. They feature a smooth, clean-cut, all-white design finished off with Lacoste’s signature green croc on the outer side of each shoe.

See a list of Lacoste branches.

Mexico 66 in White/White (P5,990) from Onitsuka Tiger

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Japanese brand Onitsuka Tiger gave some of their most popular silhouettes a pristine ivory makeover for their Ecobember Collection. We’re currently eyeing the all-white iteration of their classic Mexico 66 sneakers. It’s decked out in a stark white shade (including the brand's signature striped logo across the outer side) with subtle off-white accents on the sole and heel, giving the pair more dimension and keeping its signature elements pronounced despite the monochromatic colorway.


See a list of Onitsuka Tiger branches.

Ulitsa Sneaker (P2,499) from Melissa

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You’ll thank us for bringing these white Melissa sneakers into your life—not just for the chic minimalist design, but also because the pair features the Brazilian footwear brand’s signature rubber material. This means that not only are these kicks comfy, flexible, and easy to slip into, but cleaning them would be a total breeze compared to your usual canvas or leather shoes. No more worrying about every little stain that gets on your white sneakers!

See a list of Melissa branches.

Stan Smith Shoes in Cloud White/Cloud White (P4,800) from Adidas


You probably know Adidas’ Stan Smith best in its OG white colorway with green accents, but you’ll love the world-famous tennis shoe in this all-white-everything model. The back-to-basics styling makes this classic pair even easier to match with any outfit or occasion. You’d be surprised just how many different iterations of the Stan Smith there are—this pair might just push you to start collecting.

See a list of Adidas branches.

NikeCourt Royale AC (P2,895) from Nike


For days when you just can’t bother with tying shoelaces, slip-on sneakers will be your best friend. Slip into these Nike kicks anytime you’re rushing out the door. Apart from the simple, all-white design that goes with pretty much anything, the non-bulky shape is great to pack when you’re traveling since it won’t take up too much space in your case. Plus, the lightweight cushioning and ankle padding promise comfy walking all day.


See a list of Nike branches.

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