Duchess Catherine has debuted an edgy twist on her favourite pair of Superga trainers.
- The Duchess of Cambridge has debuted an edgy twist on her favourite pair of Superga trainers.
- Duchess Catherine has been regularly seen out and about in her chic white Superga plimsolls.
- In other royal news, the Duchess of Cornwall has revealed her biggest lockdown struggle.
Anything worn by the royals swiftly gets added to all of our shopping lists.
Throughout the years since Duchess Catherine has been around everything she has worn has been immediately Googled and usually ends up selling out in record time.
Even Princess Charlotte has been expected to boost the economy because of the frenzy caused over any and everything she wears.
And of course as soon as Meghan came on the scene she became part of royal fashion fever and everything from her Givenchy wedding dress to the Nivea sunscreen she uses for baby Archie hastily rose through bestseller lists.
And there’s one item in particular that royal fans have been loving ever since Kate stepped out in them – her white canvas trainers.
The Duchess has been spotted out multiple times in her favourite white Superga trainers, and fans are always after the iconic shoe.
But now the Duchess has debuted an edgy new twist on her classic plimsolls.
Kensington Palace shared a new throwback snap of the Duchess setting up her Back to Nature garden for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
And in the photo Duchess Catherine can be seen wearing a gorgeous green khaki version of her favourite trainers.
The edgy plimsoll comes in at £55 on Superga’s website, but luckily you can currently save a bit of money on them.
The classic shoe is currently on sale, just like its clean white predecessor.
Good old Amazon has launched a sale on the iconic tennis shoe, selling it at massively discounted prices depending on the size.
And if you love the look of these kicks but don’t feel quite ready to invest in buying them, you can use the retailer’s Prime Wardrobe function.
Amazon will send you over the product for seven days so that you can try them on first before actually buying them.
If you decide you want to keep them you just let Amazon know on their website and pay for your purchase.
But if not, simply pop them in the included resealable bag and with the prepaid return label and mail them back!
Unfortunately we don’t know how long the sale will last though, so if you do want to try before you buy we would do it soon!
You will need to be an Amazon Prime member to use this function, but membership will of course let you take advantage of free delivery – so you’re only paying for the shoe!
If you don’t have an Amazon Prime membership but are inherently opposed to delivery fees, sign up for a free trial and you’ll get 30 days of unlimited free deliveries.
Just remember to cancel before it rolls onto next month…