Sneaker collecting is usually a male-dominated pastime. That's not to say that women aren't keen wearers of trainers. In fact there are plenty of female sneakerheads out there—you just might have to look harder. Thanks to Instagram, we've unravelled a whole world of trainer junkies who think limited-edition Vans are much more exciting than a new pair of Gucci heels.
One woman in particular who is leading the charge is Jess Gavigan, aka Juice Gee, who runs her own online trainer shop, Small Feet Big Kicks. If you're a lover of athleisure and thinking about taking your crepes collection up a notch, then you might want to look away now, as we're about to show you some mighty-fine trainers you'll want to buy immediately.
Taking our pick from Gavigan's super-cool Insta feed, we've selected our favourite of her sneaker looks to give you some idea of what we're talking about. Plus, we've even got a few pairs of trainers for you to shop right now. Keep scrolling for the girl with the coolest sneaker collection in the UK…
These limited-edition Reeboks look great with a pair of pale joggers.
Shop old-school '90s-style Nike Air Max shoes here.
Monochrome Nike Airs always look cool.
These are all Nike TN trainers. You can find some on FootLocker.co.uk.
A classic pair of Nike Cortez trainers is sometimes all you need.
We've ID'd these trainers as Nike Air Max 95 Trainers (£130).
Keep an eye out for vintage-style trainers, such as these Adidas Stockholm sneakers on Vestiare Collective.
Nike Lunarcharge trainers are seriously covetable, you can shop a similar colour-way here.
If you're a fan of Vans, you can't not own a pair of the brand's checkerboard slip-ons.
Want something similar? Adidas's Tubular Shadow (£75) sneakers might just be what you're after.
This pair of Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski (£60) sneakers is perfect for the understated sneakerhead.