Keep your Chucks spotless.
Chances are you've owned a pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All Star shoes at some point—especially since the company has been making shoes since 1908. They’re a classic casual sneaker that goes with just about everything from jeans and T-shirts to dresses (and even a wedding gown for the adventurous bride). We’ve seen people wear them at school, work (if the dress code is casual), and even on a fancy red carpet.
The versatile shoe is a favorite, because it comes in a variety of colors, patterns, and styles (low top or high top). Even high fashion brands like Missoni and Commes Des Garçons have collaborated with the brand to make limited edition kicks.
But like any everyday or favorite shoe, we know that it can get some wear and tear. The good news: There are some easy ways to get your Chucks looking (almost) new. All you need is soap, water, and a little elbow grease. Take a look at our step-by-step guide below.