From Savage x Fenty (opens in new tab) to Bath & Body Works (opens in new tab), brands are getting in the holiday spirit with special Valentine's Day collections, and now Adidas is joining in on the romantic fun. The activewear company always rolls out some of the best workout clothes (opens in new tab) and accessories around, and these sweet specials look like no exception.
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First up are two colorways of the Adidas Ultraboost 4.0 DNA running shoe—white for women, black for men—each decorated with a pop of "Solar Red" stripes down the heels and a trio of twee, multicolored hearts along the midsoles and insoles. Along with the cute heart decorations, each sneaker is outfitted with a cushy Primeknit upper, as well as the brand's Boost tech in the soles, said to "return" the energy you put in via thousands of expanded particles built into the shoes.
Joining the Ultraboost sneakers are a trio of Sambarose styles made in partnership with Swarovski. Yes, that Swarovski. The collaboration Sambarose x Swarovski kicks include three exclusive Valentine's Day colorways for women: "Cloud White," "Core Black" and "Crystal White/Clear Aqua."
Each pair of the leather platform trainers features “Swarovski Crystals” branding on the heels as well as a charm encrusted with crystals from the Austrian jewelry maker—you can hang it from the tongue of your sneakers for a touch of glitz and glamour, or take it off and wear it as actual jewelry.
If all of that doesn't have your Valentine's date positively crushing on you, then Adidas's new range of Valentine's apparel just might leave them enamored. Available for both men and women, the clothing pieces include classic track jackets, loungewear tights, crewneck sweatshirts, sporty T-shirts, bucket hats and more, all in Cupid-ready red and pink. (Okay, there are more colors available if you're not feeling that festive, but what's the fun in that?!)
Christina Izzo is the Deputy Editor of My Imperfect Life.
More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York.
When she’s not doing all that, she can probably be found eating cheese somewhere.
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