The time when trainers were considered too casual or too sporty, and belonged almost exclusively to gym wear, are far gone now, and we’re so glad. The sneaker trend combines many different styles; chunky sneakers, metallic details, mixed prints and even platform styles. Trainers aren’t just for wearing to the gym anymore, you can now wear them to work, on the weekend, and you can pair them with almost anything!
We’ve rounded up 12 great neutral trainers that you can wear outside of gym and still rock your outfit in style.
These rubber and mesh trainers are definitely worth wearing to brunches, park strolls and even to the office. Elegant and modern, they will add a twist to any denim look.
Inspired by tennis muse Serena Williams, these trainers will give you some gold sparkle and brighten up your day.
Featuring an elasticated lace design, the Muse 2 Metallic is everything but boring. The gold details make them fun and playful.
Open mesh upper and metallic grey details make this pair easy to wear and a super neutral option to add to your wardrobe.
Minimalist and lightweight, the Leather Mocc silver details and sleek lines are perfect for everyday wear.
You can never go wrong with a little print detail. Take your trainers straight from gym to work without any hassle.
If black is your colour, try these sleek trainers with rhinestone details. Not your usual black sneak.
Leather details with contrasting trims? Yes, please. Comfort and style go together in this leather applique sneaker.
The sock trainer makes these must-haves super lightweight without compromising on support and stability. Perfect for when you have a busy day ahead or going on a shopping spree.
Go for grey if white is too mainstream and black is too dark for you. Grey is a little playful and will add an interesting touch to an all-black outfit.
An all-in-one workout shoe that’s fitting for all types of exercise and so stylish, you will want to wear them all week long!
With so many options it’ll be hard to choose just one, not that you have to, but these elasticated knit lace-ups are to die for!
By Fashion Editor, Tiamara Singh