6 fire outfits to inspire trainer re-wears

Though we might have limited reasons to leave the house these days, when we do, we’re reaching for our comfiest option: the humble trainer. Whichever brand you’re choosing to pare down your favourite outfits (Veja or Good News for us, thanks), we’ve found nine looks to prove the ways to wear are truly endless.


Flipping the switch on ordinary outfit formulas has become something of a signature for Ellie Delphine of Slip Into Style. Balancing out the volume of her Frankie Shop dress with the ultimate New Balance ‘Dad’ sneakers, we’ll be serving this look on the shop run and beyond.

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A timeless combination that shows no sign of slowing down: the suit and trainers. Showing us how it’s done in seriously smart WFH attire, Tiffany Hsu pairs her powder pink power suit with box-fresh New Balance.

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Making a case for loungewear that leaves the house, stylist Marisa Martins pairs her cosy looking set with a pair of Novesta high-tops and an oversized faux shearling coat that we can’t stop thinking about.

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Allowing her Good News shoes and striped sock combo to take centre stage, blogger and designer, Megan Ellaby, styles them with cropped dungarees (and a statement Shrimps coat that we can’t stop thinking about) for a low-key look.

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Why not step into Francesca Saffari’s sustainably made shoes by Good News London and pair your favourites with your go-to pair of jeans. Keep it fresh with simple layering and a fun printed or brightly coloured knit to boot.

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Master of the capsule wardrobe, stylist Monikh keeps it simple in her mint-coloured cardigan and white turned-up trousers. An easy outfit that gives all the impression of being put together with minimal effort.

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Words By: Anna Heaton


In HURR Wardrobe: Stacey Dooley

Welcome to a very special edition of In HURR Wardrobe with STACEY DOOLEY. Her 2018 documentary, Stacey Dooley Investigates: Fashion’s Dirty Secrets, was a massive eye-opener for UK consumers and since then Stacey has continued to actively champion more sustainability in the fashion industry and her personal style.

We took a peek inside her home to learn more about her approach to fashion, explored pieces in her wardrobe and why she loves renting fashion with HURR. Also excitingly, she’s now lending some of her own pieces—including a pair of Gucci shoes she wore on Ru Paul’s Drag Race—on HURR too!

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