Unless you're a sneakerhead with a taste for rare releases, trainers are one thing that you don't need to spend a fortune on, as even our favourite A-listers lean on styles that are under £100. Victoria Beckham's favourite pumps are only £50; meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge's classic white trainers are also only £50. If you're looking for a new pair of sneakers, you're in safe hands, as we've put together a guide to the seven A-list–approved classic trainers that are so affordable you might even be able to justify buying two.
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Style Notes: Whenever the Duchess of Cambridge has to wear trainers, she opts for classic white pumps by Superga, which are a purse-friendly £50.
Style Notes: Gigi Hadid has been really into the "ugly" trainer trend this year, wearing Reebok classics in black, white and red.
Style Notes: When it comes to trainers, Bella Hadid is a big fan of Nike's £65 Cortez sneakers and has them in a number of different colours.
Style Notes: These Britpop trainers used to be Kate Moss's go-to shoes in the '90s, and once again, the Gazelles have become the new cult Adidas sneaker worn by Brie Larson and Kristen Stewart.
Style Notes: Converse's classic high-tops clearly need no introduction, and we reckon Alexa Chung is the biggest fan of these pumps, proving year after year that you can wear them with pretty much anything.
Style Notes: Kristen Stewart is perhaps the most high-profile trainer fan in the world, as she has worn them to many of the most glamorous red carpets in the world. Although she has many different pairs, Vans Old Skool trainers are by far her favourites.
Style Notes: During the lead up to her fashion week show, Victoria Beckham usually lives in Adidas Superstar trainers—as do so many other celebrities, including Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Emma Stone.