November 04, 2018

Trainers are a stable in my wardrobe what ever the season. I'm so excited this is a continueing trend this season as who can complain about fashion and comfort. Not me! 


            Whether you know them as 'Chunky' trainers, 90s sneakers
            or the 'Dad' trainer this style is back in and it seems 
                            like the chunkier the better. 

            There's more than one style of Chunky trainer to fit 
           everyone's liking. If you're looking for something
           simple these all white Claudie Pierlot are to die for
            and you can't go wrong with these Acne Studio
                     trainers with red piping detail either.

           Of course if subtle is not your thing then these Guccis
                are the perfect addition of bling to add to your
                                   Autumn wardrobe. 

           Wearing chunky style trainers with a midi skirt (this 
           Ganni skirt is on my list) is my go to for a day to day 
           outfit when styling these trainer.  It's a symbiotic pairing as 
           the skirt dresses up the trainers while the trainers 
                                  dress down the skirt. 

              Jumper | Skirt | Acne | Claudie Pierlot | Gucci 


If like me you thought your tennis days were 
over these sporty trainers will certainly change your mind.

With my favourites being these retro style Balenciagas which are the ultimate hybrid of the chunky and sporty style trainer closely followed by the coloured green and purple Isabel Marants and of course the mustard Stella McCartneys. 

With these super causal sporty style trainers a structured trench coat is a the perfect way to 'chic in' up your outfit and will definitely take you off the court. 


While the white trainer is a classic for me it's all about the silver sneakers and they are the one trainer that I can't live without in my shoe collection.  

They're so versatile and go with everything just like the white trainer but hello! they're silver which is that bit more exciting. 

I love wearing silver sneakers with a monochrome outfit as it makes them really stand out. 


While these aren't the most standout or statement
 trainers this style of shoe is my most worn.
Not only are they versatile their stylish simplicity
 gives them that touch of effortless Scandinavian style. 

With a slight platform on the Sandro and McQueens this detail
makes them standout and the Common Projects do this with the contrast colour of the rubber sole. 

Get that 'Off Duty' look by wearing theses trainers with a  bold trouser, a relaxed sweatshirt and a structured blazer.


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