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Fashion: Women’s Converse at JD Sports

I’ve recently been telling you all on here lately how much I am loving casual, laid-back fashion. 2015 has seen me embrace the sports luxe trend, and I’m currently becoming more and more ‘street apparel’, but in a classy way of course! My latest love is women’s Converse – my shiny new white All Star Ox Leather Converse have been staying firmly on my feet…

Converse shoes are pretty iconic in my opinion. They are a real favourite amongst both men, women, teens, and younger boys and girls, and I think the reason they always remain so popular is because no matter which style you opt for – whether it’s the Ox or the Hi Trainer- they have that cool, retro feel, and are suitable to finish off your look no matter what your personal style is.

Take me for example, I’m a real girly girl who dips her toe in


casual attire every now and again. But my Converse look great with skinny jeans and a loose fitting white shirt. I’ve also seen girls rock the look in tights and a skater skirt, and guys teaming them up with jeans and a check shirt. So extremely versatile!

The toe cap feature and ‘All Star’ rubber logo are key elements of the classic Converse which has won over the nation over the years. My Converse are from JD Sports, and I’ll possibly go for a black pair next so I have a pair I can wear when it rains and it’s full of puddles – I’m currently trying to protect my beloved white pair. They may be well loved for their shoe range, but Converse also retail a fantastic selection of hoodies, pants, t-shirts, vests and duffle bags which are great for all sorts of occasions such as the gym, work-outs, casual days and lounging in style. You can have a look here over at the JD Sports website.

What’s your favourite Converse item?

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