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How to Wear Mens Trainers
Mens trainers are the comfort blanket of the shoe world as they are lovingly pulled on for any occasion from walking to work to a night out in town. These old faithfuls see men through many an outfit and occasion as they’re a safe choice in footwear. The time comes though when it’s time to address the issue of your trainers and make sure you’re making the right choices in terms of style and practicality and that you’re making the most out of every pair you purchase.
Firstly, there are a few basic rules to stick to that, when followed, will ensure that your trainers look consistently relevant and fantastic. To get your basics right, stick with classic styles in Mens trainers from stalwart brands such as Converse, who always come up trumps in the design department. Up and coming trainer brands such as Nanny State and Goliath also produce some superb ranges of classic, understated styles in Mens trainers and stick to the basic rules of using subtle colours with just a touch of detailing to create interest. Invest in a couple of these classic Mens trainers as they will see you through many outfits and are the perfect match for casual wear but can also dress down a formal look and add an edgy twist to an outfit.
Another basic rule to get right is to avoid showing your socks off when wearing trainers. No matter how tempted you may be to go foot commando, you should always wear socks with trainers to avoid spending your wages on crates of Oder Eaters. It can be tricky to get the socks and trainers look right when wearing shorts during summer but a few pairs of trainer socks should see you through. One style which is making its way to the forefront of fashion is the ankle flashing turn up look. Think skinny jeans or slim fitted trousers with the legs rolled up ever so slightly to reveal a hint of ankle and a full view of your amazingly stylish Mens trainers. It’s a daring look and one that can be pulled off with some smart basic pumps such as the retro canvas Mens trainers demonstrated by Peter Werth.
No matter what style you are into, you should give Mens trainers which involve prints, glitter and loud colours some serious consideration before buying. These types of Mens trainers are notoriously difficult to wear and can undermine a perfectly decent outfit with their brash, intrusive style. If you are rocking a hip hop or new rave look then you might just get away with a pair of plush high tops but it really is best to spend your cash on trainers which you’ll be able to wear again and again rather than a one hit wonder.
Wearing Mens trainers takes more though than just throwing on your favourite pair. Next time you update your look make sure you invest in a pair of Mens trainers which look fantastic and can be worn lots of times. To find your new trainers check out the selection at Reem Clothing.