November 26, 2015

Top 5 white trainers to add to your wardrobe wright now

Until late days, not every sportswear was fashionable, and definitely leisure wasn't a part of fashion's dictionary, but nowadays everything has changed when a true love story between fashion and sportswear has been narrated, a tryst resulted the birth of stylish leisure wear. Speaking about the sportswear context, white trainers are having their moment in the fashion spotlight, combined with denim, sporty pants or even a suit, the true minimalist footwear has been conquering every off-duty wardrobe, making famous trainers brand are giving the best out of them to make the new-old designs worthy to wear once again, So here is below the top five white trainers that are worthy to give it a try.  


There is no doubt that the Adidas Stan Smith is one of the most iconic sneakers ever designed. Since it was introduced to the world in 1971, everybody from Phoebe Philo to Pharrell has worn it. So here we go, the very classic and cultural touchstone Stan Smith.


There's literally no trainer that can be as much iconic as the Adidas Superstar, easily recognizable with the three stripes and the "shell toe", the Superstar 80s is.. what can I say... a Superstar.


If matching trainers with the rest of your look is getting you a headache, try a fresh pair of white-on-white Nike Air Force 1 and show some gratitude. Intended to be a basketball shoe, the Air Force 1 is one of Nike's most popular sneakers year after year.


Popular for their vintage fashion appeal, these Converse sneakers were basically worn and loved by 1930s badminton star Jack Purcell, and after then, many generations preferred it for the preppy silhouette combined with modern minimalist detailing.


Call it athletic... call it casual, call it whatever comes on you tongue 'cause we know all given meaning will guide us to a legendary, classic ,historical, preppy and so British pair of shoes. This white leather pair sees a splash of gentlemanly pattern complimentary to the edgy attitude.