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The OFF–WHITE x Converse Chuck Taylor drop came and went, with only a lucky few able to scoop themselves a pair of the highly-coveted, see-through sneakers.

Although part of the original “The Ten” pack that dropped in November 2017, Virgil Abloh and Nike made everyone wait nearly six months before dropping the final silhouette from the original collaboration.

Chuck Taylors are usually easy to style, thanks to their timeless, no-frills silhouette. However, the added detailing and translucent nature of the OFF–WHITE collaboration makes these a little harder to rock (A challenge happily accepted by Converse fanatics the world over).

That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best on-feet shots we could find post drop to show you how it’s done. Scroll through and leave your thoughts in the comment section following.

You don’t always have to go down the skinny-jean-route

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Mix-matching laces

W or L?

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With shorts and white tube socks

While they’re still crisp, you can rock them in bed

Everything goes with black

Or you can break necks with eye-catching socks

My “RIGHT” is on my left and my “LEFT” is on my right

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Double level flex. ?: @lorenzobuosi #hskicks

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Our friends at Solebox went sockless and underwater

What do you think? Who rocked the OFF–WHITE x Converse Chuck Taylors the best?

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