Common Projects New Styles

Common Projects Vintage Low Navy

Common Projects Vintage Low In Vintage Blue

I did a post previously showing a selection of the classic styles from Common Projects, but now I wanted to share with you some of their newer styles. Common Projects don’t only release the classic black, white and grey, but sometimes they design their shoes in darker colours, shades that are great for wearing with jeans.

Shown in the image above is the Vintage Low in the colour Vintage Blue. These are very similar to the classic Achilles Low design. The outer of the shoe is made with plush suede and the tongue of the shoe is smooth leather. This combination of different materials in the two shades of blue makes these a really classic, yet statement making shoe. I can see these being worn with a lighter wash skinny jean, like Diesel’s Thanaz.

Common Projects Original Achilles Low Whitesole

Common Projects Original Achilles Low Whitesole Green

Next up we have the Original Achilles Low Whitesole in a dark green shade. The design of the shoe itself is one of the classics from Common Projects, only it is in a lovely green colour, different to the classic shades the brand usually releases! These are made with Italian nappa leather and of course they also come with the trademark gold code stamped at the heel. These would suit a much darker wash slim fitting jean.

Common Projects Vintage High In Oxblood

Common Projects Vintage High Oxblood

The next shoe is the Vintage High in Oxblood, which is a beautiful high top with plush suede uppers and smooth panelling in a deep shade of burgundy, which is the go to shade for Autumn. These also have a full leather lining and insole and would look really good paired with a very dark blue, raw looking skinny jean.

Common Projects Tournament Low Special Edition

Common Projects Tournament Low Special Edition Navy

Finally, we have the Tournament Low Special Edition. These are a multi colured shoe which utilises a combination of suede, leather and canvas herringbone for the upper part. They are also fully leather lined and feature a trend that is very popular at the moment; colour blocking. I could see these being worn with a mid wash skinny jean, so they would make a statement and stand out against the outfit.

– The Fashion Supernova

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Hi I’m Adam, I cover men’s fashion here at The Fashion Supernova. I’ve had an interest in fashion for as long as I can remember, especially denim, shoes and watches. I will mainly be covering a selection of men’s high tops and other shoes, but I will also write other articles related to general fashion and accessories as well. I hope you enjoy reading the men’s section of The Fashion Supernova! Thanks for reading!

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