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Offered in both men’s and women’s sizing, this unisex high-top sneaker mostly runs large as stated on the brand site, so buyers are advised to consider going down in size when getting a pair. The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Floral Embroidery High Top is built with a flat sole, a common feature among retro sneakers, therefore, cushioned inserts may be needed. Its high-top construction also offers firm ankle support.
A silhouette that has conquered the streets for decades, the Chucks All Star is quite a staple in the sneaker industry. Its timeless appeal and rich heritage kept this icon to live on from generation to generation and it played a huge part in different subcultures.
Wearing Your Pair Of Embroidered Chucks
The Chucks silhouette has proven time and time again that it can always keep up when it comes to style. Its versatile characteristic flows naturally in its DNA which it has passed on to its different renditions. Here are some tips on how you can wear your pair of Converse Chuch Taylor All Star Floral Embroidery High Tip:
- Cropped chinos or regular fitting jeans
- Short-sleeved button-up shirt and shorts
- Slimfit jeans
- T-shirts, pullovers, hoodies, sweaters
- Cropped tops: loose shirts, spaghetti-strapped, tight-fitting, peasant-sleeved
- Short bohemian dresses
- Figure-hugging mini dresses
- High-waisted mini skirts, shorts, and jeans
- Oversized t-shirts, hoodies, sweaters, and pullovers
As one of the most recognized sneaker in history, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star High Top is a silhouette that most people would immediately know from afar. Carrying out the Chuck Hi’s timeless construction, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Floral Embroidery High Top, as presented on its name, shows off its own twist on its classic design with the floral embroidery accent on its canvas upper. The embroidery floral design comes in three different kinds of flowers which are the cherry blossoms, a sunflower, and roses.
Formerly known as the “Non-Skid” when it was first released in 1917, the Converse All Star High Top then displayed the natural brown colorway and black trimmings along with its rubber toe caps and the leather “Big C” logo heel patch. Since its inception, the silhouette exhibits the high-top construction that we all see today.
It was in 1920 that the silhouette got renamed to “All Star,” in which the all-black colorway also debuted along with the name change. The shoe also featured the canvas and leather upper construction. Initially, the shoe was developed for soccer and netball, a previous version of the basketball sports, but eventually, it became a staple in the hardwood court.
Converse then sealed a deal in 1921 with basketball star, Chuck Taylor, the one who saw the potential of the high-top sneaker. With their collaboration, Taylor helped the All Star silhouette reach its pinnacle and acquire monumental popularity. Converse then added Taylor’s name onto its iconic ankle patch as a recognition for his efforts, giving birth to the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star.
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker became one of the most recognized sneakers of all time as it naturally transitioned from a basketball shoe to a fundamental icon in the sneaker culture. Throughout time, it has witnessed countless modifications to both its design and colorways. Among its recent renditions is the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Floral Embroidery High Top. The silhouette displays the iconic high-top construction of the Chucks but with the eye-catching floral embroidery on its ankle part. It comes in various colorways as well, including the classic black and white.
- Converse offers the “Converse By You,” the brand’s customization program, for the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Floral Embroidery High Top.
- The signature Converse Chuck Taylor All Star logo patch on the medial side/heel part of the sneaker.
- Converse All Star callout on the heel of each shoe of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Floral Embroidery High Top.