There's no better feeling than opening up a fresh new pair of white trainers and now is the best time to find your new favourite pair. With the hotter weather here you might be searching for the best white trainers to wear with dresses - in which case, we've got you covered.
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Whatever the weather, or occasion, a pair of pristine white fashion trainers complete every look. From the classic jeans and a t-shirt combo for your Sunday stroll, or a skirt and knit jumper ensemble for brunch with the girls, to a simple office dress look - they’re a gamechanger.
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Kate is often spotted in her favourite Superga Cotu Classic trainers
There are various styles of white trainers, and brands too, which means you can shop for every budget.
High street retailers, including M&S, Superga, Converse, as well as sportswear giants Adidas and Nike have an overwhelming variety of fashionable trainers, while those looking to stay ahead of the trend may prefer the royal-approved Veja or designer Gucci trainers - the options are endless.
Hailey Bieber in a pair of Nike Air Force 1 sneakers
Best white trainers to wear with dresses
Superga 2750 Cotu Classic Trainers, was £50, now £37.94, Amazon
The Superga Cotu Classic are a plimsoll design loved by Kate Middleton, as she has worn the style for numerous royal engagements over the year. For those looking for a classic plimsoll, with lace up front, look no further.
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M&S white lace-up trainers
M&S has something for everyone; whether you are shopping for everyday clothes, occasionwear, or footwear.
A personal favourite of ours is the pair of simple lace-up trainers, which look super expensive and luxe, are comfortable, but are an absolute bargain buy perfect for all outfits.
Lace-Up Trainers, £25, M&S
Veja V-10 leather white sneakers
Vejas are all the craze, for men and women, and it is no surprise. Veja pride themselves on being a sustainable brand, paving the way for other footwear, and clothing labels.
Veja are also popular with the royal family, as Meghan Markle wore the Esplar trainers for her royal tour of Australia in 2018.
V-10 leather sneakers, £130, Net-A-Porter
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Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi trainers
Converse are a firm favourite in almost everyone’s wardrobe, as they go with everything.
The timeless footwear label have high top trainers, low rise, and in a variety of colours, and fabrics, so you are spoilt for choice with these failsafe footwear heroes.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi trainers, £60, ASOS
Hotter Shoes Chase II white trainers
The clever cushioning and precision fit (which includes slim to ultra-wide, half sizes and low or high arches) make these trainers some of the most comfortable around. Not only that, they're super lightweight, too. We love the zip detail on this stylish white pair with metallic flashes.
Chase II Shoes, were £99 now £64, Hotter Shoes
Adidas Stan Smith white trainers
Adidas has an impressive array of footwear options for men, women and children - and not just designs to wear solely when working out either, as Adidas has everyday fashionable creations to wear too.
The most popular everyday white trainer for a classic option to coordinate with all looks are the Stan Smiths, and for under £10, you can’t go wrong.
Stan Smith Shoes, £80, Adidas
Nike Blazer trainers
For those looking for a comfortable pair of trainers to wear when walking around, running errands, or for a little extra bounce in your step, Nike has you covered.
Our personal favourites include the Nike Blazer trainers - all the fashion influencers wear them.
Nike Blazer trainers, £84.95, Nike
Keds Triple Kick Luxe Leather trainers
An elevated take on the classic tennis shoe, these platform white trainers have a feminine silhouette and will pair well with literally anything in your wardrobe.
Women's Triple Kick Luxe Leather trainers, £130, Keds
Kate Spade Lift sneakers
Kate Spade is famed for kooky designs, so for those looking for a little extra something when shopping for a classic pair of white trainers, Kate Spade is the shopping destination to head to.
Lift Sneakers with Gold detail, £125, Kate Spade
Russell & Bromley Park Run sneaker
Russell & Bromley has long been the destination to shop at when on the hunt for shoes, whether it is for an occasion, an evening out, or more casual designs.
While we love Russell & bromley for the winter Chelsea boots, we turn to the label once more come the spring and summer for a sturdy pair of white leather trainers.
PARK UP Flatform Laceless Sneaker, £195.00, Russell & Bromley
Dune Ecliptic trainers
On the lookout for an easy to wear trainer, and you like a bit of glitz? Dune has you covered.
Dune Ecliptic trainers, £32, Dune
For those looking to pull out all the stops and invest in a pair of designer trainers, Gucci trainers are hot property.
Gucci has a whole host of highly coveted footwear items to shop; from embroidered designs, chunky sole creations, and more classic designs, which are perfect for those wanting a subtle designer pair of trainers.
Women's Women's New Ace embroidered leather trainers, £460, Selfridges
Axel Arigato trainers
Axel Arigato is the latest trainer brand to have on your radar.
They are sustainable, as the designs are made from recycled ocean plastic and polyester, plus they are in the affordable price range in the designer footwear bracket.
Genesis Vintage Runner, £175, Axel Arigato
New Balance 452 Trainer
New Balance are a firm favourite for many, and even the late Princess Diana was spotted out walking in the comfortable trainer.
Whether you are looking to pair with trainers, a dress, or tailored trousers, you'll be comfortable and look effortlessly cool when you style your outfit with New Balance trainers.
Women's 452 Trainer, £80, New Balance
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