Stacy Talks & Reviews: Regent Lo from Lugz

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Regent Lo from Lugz

With the first day of spring just around the corner it's time to start packing away my winter boots and breaking out my sneakers. I still have fashion boots I wear year round, but for the most part you'll see me sporting a pair of sneakers or slip-ons until the really nice weather hits and I break out the sandals.

I recently received a really nice pair of sneakers from Lugz called the Women's Regent Lo. They are a low-top sneaker that combines comfort and fashion all in one. Honestly there's nothing I like better than stepping outside in the sun with a new bright white pair of sneakers on. My daughter even said to me "Mom, your sneakers are blinding me!". I had a good chuckle and continued my walk to the car. These are really nice because they have nice thick soles to them unlike my old white canvas sneakers. You know the ones you can get at stores for under $10 and only last you one summer (if you're lucky). I don't know why I didn't make the switch sooner! I love the way these feel on my feet, and they look great with pretty much anything.

Not a fan of all white sneakers? That's okay too, they have them in a black/white combo as well as other solid colors too.

Up your style with the Regent Lo, a low-top oxford sneaker that provides a casual finish to your look. This sneaker features vulcanized construction, padded collar, cushioned insole and a durable rubber outsole.

• Canvas upper
• Padded collar
• Cushioned insole
• Vulcanized construction
• Durable rubber outsole

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