Self Confessed Women’s Trainer Addict
If you have been a regular reader of my blog, you will know that women’s trainers are always my failsafe footwear option. They offer maximum comfort, a good fit for my awkwardly big feet and pretty much go with every outfit (in my opinion). Surprisingly, since practically living in trainers since my teenage years, can you believe that I have NEVER had a suede pair of trainers?
Queue ohw? trainers…
When I was asked if I would like to choose a pair of their women’s trainers to style up for you lovely lot, I knew instantly that I wanted to wear these Marnie grey suede trainers from the ohw? SS17 collection. These gorgeous trainers are a six-eyelet shoe in glacier grey perforated nubuck and polar veg tan leather. At £75 they provide value for money with a super comfy sole, gorgeous suede material and I love the contrast of the grey and tan leather next to each other. For me, they are a unique trainer style that I have not found elsewhere.
ohw? footwear’s contemporary SS17 collection has been designed to be lightweight and breathable. Introducing ladies footwear for the first time their designs are understated with 8 women’s trainers to choose from, which you can view here.
Styling ohw? Grey Suede Trainers
To compliment the grey and tan colour way of my ohw? suede trainers I wanted to put together a neutrals and grey look. Although I love wearing trainers with dresses and skirts, I love the juxtaposition of a sporty style next to a tailored trouser. So, I chose to wear a pair of neutral chinos with a cropped bra and a grey cardigan.
Finishing the look is this seasons hottest & affordable ‘IT’ bag: the straw basket bag. Accompanied by statement gold accessories. Going back to my footwear, I think the ohw? grey suede trainers make the outfit. Don’t you?
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