If you picture back to the Chanel show last year for Spring/Summer 14, you will remember Cara Delevingne hitting Paris haute couture. What was she and the other 64 models wearing at the show?
Trainers, couture trainers as many have called it, Karl Lagerfeld made a radical statement.
No longer an ugly show only used for exercise, sport fashion is here and is as fashionable as it has ever been and possibly will ever be.
According to Karl as well these can even be worn with an evening dress, however I’ll let you decide on the opinion of that you don’t need to stick to his styling too literally.
Even Dior tried their hand at couture sport shoes with sparkles that glistened all through the show.
Trying to get your mits on these trainers can prove tricky especially if you want a decent pair for a fair price, you will have to do some investigating!
Fear not, some of the work has already been done for you here.
Depending on your budget, you can either go all out and blow your purse and that be it for the next few months of shopping. This as we know is hard to do with all the new trends for this season so there are a few cheaper alternatives.
Nike trainers, where else would you begin than the home of sports shoes?
If you want to follow in the footsteps of the Chanel couture trainers then these silver Nike Air Max are the perfect place to start. At £139 you can see why, but you can guarantee they’ll be comfy and you’ll get a good use from them.
Going to the other end of the price bracket are these Dino flatforms from ASOS and they’re only £22! With these you could buy a whole new outfit to match them.
If you’re looking for something a bit different these multi-coloured sequined Converse at £59.99 from Office may be just the thing to treat your feet.
If lace ups however just aren’t for you then there’s always slip on trainers. With these gold skater shoes from ASOS at £22 or these Jungle Bis platine glitter trainers at £89.99 from Ash, you can add a touch of this trend to an outfit without being completely over the top.