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New Season Nude Trainers

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Go the extra mile with these nude footwear staples

Spring is officially here and that means one thing, trainer season! Say goodbye to chunky boots and hello to lighter, more neutral shoes. With the trainer calendar always evolving, its often hard to keep up with the latest trend. However, when it comes to a nude trainer, its less about trends and more about longevity and versatility. A nude trainer can last from spring through to autumn and can be dressed up or down for any occasion. Whether it’s the height of summer or the cooler days of early autumn, a pair of nude trainers are a key staple for any capsule wardrobe. From high tops and suede accents to chunky soles and woven fabric, the nude trainer is a must-have this season, as featured on the 2022 runway via Stella McCartney and artisanal brand, Rokh. So, why not walk into spring with a neutral spring in your step and thank us later! 

Lauren says, “I have practically lived in my Adidas Zentic trainers since I bought them in early January. They’re super comfortable and a little more chunky than my usual trainer choice. I love the height it gives me and the bounce in my step. I keep them next to my front door and just pop them on whenever I head out because they practically go with anything that I’m wearing. I liased with my assistant Charlotte and she’s put together this wonderful edit of some of the best sneakers to buy right now. I’ve already got about seven pairs in my basket…”

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Words by Charlotte Hope-Shannon.

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