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They were one of the hottest trends from London Fashion Week and we can't get enough of white trainers. This simple yet stylish footwear is a celeb must-have - even Victoria Beckham has ditched her heels in favour of this more pratical, wearable style. Heidi Klum, Nicole Sherzinger, Kylie Minogue, Naomi Watts, Julianne Moore and Dame Helen Mirren are also fans - and if it's good enough for them..!
The Duchess of Cambridge has a go to pair of white trainers that she has worn repeatedly. She was spotted leaving her sister Pippa Middleton's house ahead of her May wedding in this comfy pair of white trainers by Superga. The Duchess of Cambridge also wore the trainers on the Canadian tour, at the London marathon and most recently, in theGQ photoshoot. Now you can get them at an even better price by ordering through Amazon.
But white trainers aren't just for walking around town, because they look amazing when dressed up too. Victoria Beckham wears them with an oversized jumper and tailored trousers, while Naomi Watts and Heidi Klum like to team them with skinny blue denim jeans.
This isn't a trend to be wary of, it's an option that suits all tastes and styles. Don't just think of these trainers as the footwear to wear with sports clothes; the trick to getting it just right is to wear them with just about anything. Fashion insiders love to pair them with structured jumpers and tailored or wide leg trousers, but the look equally on-trend with midi skirts and dresses. And the great part? SO much more comfortable than your usual options!
Below are three of our favourite white trainers, but every high street shop is awash with the styles this season. Pick up a pair, and start styling your summer look...
The classic white tennis shoe from Superga is an afforable option that totally nails the trend. Now you can get them for an even more affordable price if you order from Amazon! Made from breatheable cotton with a comfortable rubber sole, they're versatile and long-lasting without being too daring. We like this tennis shape best with skirts and dresses, and it's great for adding a more casual edge to an otherwise formal outfit. If the Duchess has given them the royal seal of approval they must be good!
£67, Adidas (opens in new tab)
It doesn't get more classic than the Adidas Stan Smith trainers. This clean, white pair are perfect worn with tailored trousers and a chunky jumper or comfy white T-shirt. Just try to keep them as clean as possible!
£250, Common Projects (opens in new tab)
If you're willing to invest a bit more into this trend, then opt for fashion's favourite Common Projects trainers. The simple low-top Italian-constructed shoes are clean, apart from the gold number detailing on the side which sets them apart from high street styles. Wear with jeans and a bomber jacket for the perfect weekend look.
DIAZ Lace Up Trainers, £20.00, ASOS (opens in new tab)
At only £20 these trainers from ASOS are a great addition to your wardrobe and will help you nail that dressed-down look. Plus the white faux leather material makes them easy to clean with a soft cloth!
Depp Lace Up Canvas Trainers, £33, Next (opens in new tab)
These white lace up trainers have a metallic panel on the ankle, perfect if you're looking for a slightly different alternative to an all-white shoe.
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