Trendy Sneakers Under $100

The sneaker trend is definitely not leaving anytime soon, with celebrities such as Cara Delevingne and actress Kristen Stewart showing us a number of ways to wear these comfy shoes. Although where do we actually start? Low tops, high tops, or even plimsolls?

With so much selection out there, we should you how to bag a bargain with these 5 sneakers under $100.

RELATED: Check out the Best Denim Shorts Under $100 here

Nike Blazer Mid Black Suede Trainers, $79.85

Cant go past a classic pair of Nike shoes, and these are definitely no exception. The suede outer lining makes them perfect if you wish to create some texture with your selection of shoes (especially if your wardrobe is primarily made of monochromatic colours)

Trendy Sneakers Under $100Superga Cotu Classic Trainers, $75.75

These white canvas trainers are perfect for a sunny day out, since they are comfortable and don’t put much pressure on the heel or toes. Wear with a pair of blue jeans, or even a skater dress for the warmer weather. Featuring an almond toe, laces and a rubber sole for extra durability.

Trendy Sneakers Under $100Vans Womens Era 2 Tone Shoe – Leopard Herringbone, $100

Spice up your monochromatic wardrobe with these leopard-print sneakers which are super-easy to style. The flat sole makes them comfortable to wear all day long – especially if you’re constantly out and about.

Trendy Sneakers Under $100ASOS Dockland Plimsolls, $28.52

With a soft, fluffy finish and a sturdy rubber base, this is the perfect daytime shoe on a budget. Pair with jeans on a chilly day, or shorts/skirt for when the temperature is warmer. The high-cut style will also avoid any chance of toe cleavage!

Trendy Sneakers Under $100

Shakuhachi Marble High Top, $80.40

A beautiful sneaker if you love a bit of print without going overboard. The cracked marble trend is clearly one to look out for this summer, and you can easily wear this style during a casual day off.

Trendy Sneakers Under $100

September 28, 2014

Best Denim Shorts Under $100

With the lovely spring weather already in motion, it’s time to ditch jeans and embrace the shorts instead! Not only are denim shorts easy to style for the warmer weather, they are also a classic piece for your wardrobe. Take into consideration some of the following denim shorts which are trendy, and most of all under $100!

Witchery Ripped Denim Short, $79.95

A summer favourite, these shorts are perfect if you’re going for the casual look without showing too much leg. The cuffed style flatters every body type, and is perfect to style with sandals, wedges or even flat shoes.

Best Denim Shorts Under $100

ASOS Reclaimed Vintage Levi 501 Boy Shorts In Dark Blue, $76.05

Make these relaxed fit denim shorts your own especially if you don’t plan on showing too much leg. Ankle boots and a simple oversized jacket will make this outfit look relaxed and laid-back.

Best Denim Shorts Under $100

Portmans High Waisted Denim Short, $59.95

These high waisted, light wash shorts are perfect if you want to inject a bit of 90s grunge into your look. Wear with a crop top and cut-out booties for the ultimate summer outfit.

Best Denim Shorts Under $100

Boohoo Nancy Mid Blue Wash Denim Hotpants, $30

Dare to bare in these mini shorts which elongate the legs and keep your body cool during the summer heat. The high-waist style hides your middle section, and are the perfect shade of sun-washed denim.

Best Denim Shorts Under $100

Cotton On Quin 5 Pocket Shorts, $29.95

A darker shade of denim suits all skin tones, and is best paired with a smart blazer for a classic high-low look. A cute pair of dainty leopard print flats are also a must-have!

Best Denim Shorts Under $100

September 14, 2014

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