NIKE Roshe Run trainers from ASOS || ZARA white coated lace up trousers and angora jumper
Of allll the trends I didn't want to give into, trainers was the one I didn't want to the most. Partly because I have size 7 canoes and that's just not ladylike, and partly because I didn't want to look like a permanent Chinese tourist who's ready for a day for a comfortable day of sightseeing.
But look, I'm eating my words as usual because they're so comfy and casual and cool and all those good C-word adjectives that describe off-duty model style. I deliberated over the 'winter burgundy' colour, which are part suede - can I get a heart eyes emoji, please? - but it just seemed more sensible to get a neutral colour to go with more of the 'drobe. And I was never going to fail with white on white (...on white - thanks IKEA), as you can see. If it's even possible and you're even later in on the trend than I've been, you need to give it a try. I feel like I'm bouncing on clouds when I walk in these and they even make me question why I bother with my once trusty heeled ankle boots.
That's a lie I'm sorry I love you forever and always.
While I'm still not feeling a pair of Stan Smiths or New Balance for me personally, Nike is one of my all time favourite brands and there was no doubt that when I did eventually jump on the ~sneakers~ bandwagon, I'd be jumping on with a big fat tick.