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Best Amazon Deals on Sneakers For Summer 2022 — Shop Sorel, Adidas, Nike and More

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With warmer weather here, everyone is spending more time outdoors. Whether you’re trying to build a healthier routine this summer or already have an active lifestyle, good sneakers are a must—and we’re always looking out for good discounts on workout gear from Amazon Deals, including sneakers. From new running shoes to help level up your workout routine with to casual sneakers for everyday wear, Amazon has all sorts of discounts to take advantage of.

Right now, you can find loads of deep discounts on the perfect pair of sneakers and athletic shoes from brand names including Adidas, Skechers, Reebok, Nike and even Kate Middleton’s go-to, Superga. Whether you love to throw on white sneakers with a flowy dress or you’re looking for a pair of trainers, there are tons of options to choose from at Amazon.

Shop ET’s top picks on the best sneakers for Summer 2022 below.

These adidas Cloudfoam Pure Running Shoes are on sale at Amazon, while supplies last.

$70$49


The Blowfish Malibu Play sneaker let’s you have fun in the sun and elastics keeps the unlaced look secure.

$40$30


Skechers is a go-to brand for a breathable, cushioned walking shoe. Just slip these on and get to walking.

$27 AND UP


Light and comfy sneakers with anti-slip soles will have you feeling good at the end of the day. The canvas material is washable so you can always keep them looking like new.

$17 AND UP


These New Balance sneakers feature a midsole that delivers extremely lightweight cushioning making them comfortable for all-day wear. This sneaker comes in 12 different colors, to match anyone’s personal style.

$65$60


The Grand Court Adidas Sneaker can be worn with literally anything from a dress to sweatpants.

$39 AND UP


Celebs like Katie Holmes and Sydney Sweeney have been spotted in funky sneaker styles from Sorel. This pair has space-age soles and nylon-leather upper.

$71 AND UP


These retro kicks from Reebok have a casual ’80s style. 

$26 AND UP


 The perfect fit for walkers and runners that need the most comfort in a shoe.

$85$71


If you want white sneakers that are a little more unique than the typical leather or canvas styles, this Converse Chuck Taylor has a knit upper but maintains the silhouette of the classic white sneaker. 

$60 AND UP


You can’t beat the price on these comfy and light sneakers. For gym class or for a casual look, they have the potential to be your new favorite pair of sneakers. 

$28 AND UP


The Classic Harman Run sneaker has comfortable lightweight cushioning with a rubber sole, making them the perfect pair for running or walking.

$65$55


Score Kate Middleton’s go-to Superga 2750 Cotu Classic Sneaker before summer starts. 

$26 AND UP


White sneakers is one of the latest trends we can get behind. This timeless lace up sneaker from Puma is a great addition to a summer wardrobe. 

$49 AND UP


The Ryka Devotion 2 is a walking-style sneaker with pillow-soft cushioning and firm heel support that provide the utmost in comfort. These affordable athletic shoes include memory foam, a rubber outsole and shock absorption, and they come in myriad colors to match your workout gear and personality.

$33 AND UP


2022 is proving you can’t have too many pairs of white sneakers. If you need to diversify your collection, these sneakers from Tommy Hilfiger are slip-ons! 

$30 AND UP


These Adidas Women’s Cloudfoam Advantage CL Sneakers come in 20 different colors and styles.

$65$49


This Reebok Classic Leather Sneaker never goes out of style. You can be pretty in pink or choose from the six other colors. 

$29 AND UP


If you love Sorel boots, you’ll be impressed by the celeb-loved sneakers the brand has.

$55 AND UP


Add these cute and casual Cole Haan white sneakers to your summer wardrobe. 

$74 AND UP


A designer casual sneaker for when you don’t want to dress up but still look stylish.  

$79 AND UP


With more than 21,000 5-star reviews, you probably can’t go wrong with these sneakers from New Balance. 

$42 AND UP


This Lacoste Men’s Hydez Fashion Sneaker is crafted with imported leather and a soft, comfortable fabric lining.

$95$80


Not all white sneakers are meant to be worn with chinos. These white trainers from New Balance have extra cushioning to support your feet no matter what kind of adventure you’re having. 

$24 AND UP


The Mizuno Women’s Wave Rider 23 cushioning technology provides ultra soft comfort in a super secure fit.

$65 AND UP


Both adorable and durable, these metallic pink and black sneakers from Nautica have a non-slip wear-resistant sole made for the playground or gym class. 

$21 AND UP


 

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Rita Ora Reveals Her Unusual Emerald Engagement Ring

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Rita Ora has kept the details surrounding her nuptials to Taika Waititi largely under wraps, with no confirmation of the exact date the couple exchanged their vows. What we do know: Waititi proposed to Ora with an emerald in a diamond pavé-set bezel, then presented his new wife with a delicate wedding band during a private ceremony. 

The singer revealed more details about her engagement ring on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon which, up until now, she has “never shown anyone.” “Because I love you and I feel like you’re part of our relationship, weirdly, because we watch you every night, I just felt like I’ll show you it,” she told Fallon, before offering up her hand to the camera. “He did good.”

When asked about the selection process, Ora said that she guided Waititi. “I just think, like, when you know what you want and I felt like I really knew that I wanted to be with this person, I just wanted it to feel really right,” she explained. “I may have taken him to the shop and I may have pointed out exactly what ring I wanted.” 

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19 Glorious Photos of ABBA, Masters of Retro ’70s Style

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ABBA members Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad dominated radio airwaves back in the 1970s—but the Swedish supergroup is still as relevant as ever in 2023. Following up their smash hits like “Dancing Queen” and “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!,” the iconic band released a brand new album, titled Voyage, in 2021—their ninth and final studio album. This weekend, they’re also up for four major Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album of the Year, as well as Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for one of their leading singles, “Don’t Shut Me Down.”

Ahead of ABBA’s grand appearance at the Grammys on Sunday, Vogue is taking a look back at the Swedish group’s best fashion moments over the years. Photos from their heyday in the 1970s prove they’ve always been the masters of coordinated group style. While performing on stage, the four members have always shared a penchant for the dramatic—often synching up on groovy suits, bellbottom jeans, or disco-ready spandex catsuits. There’s a reason there’s a whole Broadway musical (and movie) set to their music; The group has a large roster of hits, and an even longer list of statement outfits to go along with them. 

ABBA in 2022Photo: Getty Images

Many of their fabulously retro looks were designed by Owe Sandström, their go-to costume designer at the time. “I wanted [their outfits] to be like pieces of art, more than just costumes,” he told the Sydney Morning Herald. “My inspirations came from everywhere, from all over the world. Kimonos in Japan, the northern lights of Scandinavia. The latin boleros and flamenco pieces in Chiquitita and Fernando.”

While it’s easy to look back on their 1970s clothes as a time capsule, many of their pieces—including the flared denim and frilly blouses—couldn’t feel more current, especially as designers such as Celine’s Hedi Slimane constantly look back and draw from the decade. Log onto TikTok, and not only is ABBA’s music constantly being used for trending sounds, but many creators are also playing into their ’70s style, too (remember that beauty trend on the app where everyone was recreating bouncy, voluminous, ABBA-worthy curls?). ABBA is the gift that keeps on giving—and we simply can’t wait to see what they wear to the Grammys on Sunday.

Below, 19 glorious ABBA photos to enjoy. 

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The Surprising Hack That Finally Fixed My Insomnia

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I feel like I’ve lost years of my life to sleeplessness—sometimes I look as if I have, too. Most nights I wake in the middle of the night, suddenly on some kind of vigil for that saber-toothed tiger attack. But of course, the tiger never comes (I know this because I am then awake for hours). For me, a good night’s sleep is a meager six hours. The worst-case scenario—about four hours, broken into little pieces (a bit like me)—happens all too frequently. 

Like many insomniacs, I’ve tried everything: over-the-counter sleeping pills (they work, but dependency feels wrong), quitting caffeine and alcohol (it helps, but it is no cure), ear plugs and eye masks (essential), sleep podcasts, bedtime breathwork, magnesium and melatonin (all useless), and CBTi (that’s ‘i’ for insomnia—effective but brutal, and my bad habits and wakefulness always won out). I have followed all the received wisdom around sleep hygiene—to no real effect. And with all the literature around the negative health consequences of sleeplessness, it’s easy to let panic steer your life into obsessiveness around sleep. That didn’t help either. 

But then a chance conversation a couple of months ago with the sleep coach Camilla Stoddart changed everything. “Have you tried journaling?” she asked. I hadn’t. I was always too self-conscious, too unconvinced. To me, journalling belonged with pillow mists and milky drinks in the softly-softly, totally ineffective category. Stoddart explained the science: “The amygdala is your brain’s worry center, and is responsible for emotional processing—it’s the amygdala that judges whether something is worth panicking over.” It was my stressed-out amygdala that was waking me up, she said, adding, “but journalling will help to switch it off.”

Stoddart pointed out that, as someone with a busy mind that is prone to anxiety, I tend towards a state of hyperarousal, i.e., I am always on high alert, whether I’m awake or asleep. “What you need to do is stop the arousal before it wakes you up,” she says. By giving myself 20 or so minutes a day of “constructive worrying,” where you commit all the things preying on your mind to paper and permit yourself to worry about them, I will be offloading my mind, clearing the amygdala of sleep-interrupting anxieties, and lessening my state of heightened arousal. “By journalling,” she adds, “you’re standing down your busy mind and stopping it from warning you over and over again. For all your adult life, your way of dealing with stress has been to do it in the middle of the night— you have to untrain your brain. Just try it for a week.”

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