Shot From The Street’s Lizzie Hadfield On How To Style Sneakers

Lizzie Hadfield’s chic, minimalist style has triggered major wardrobe envy for us on more than one occasion. The photographer and stylist toes the line between feminine elegance and tomboy cool, lending the ultimate ‘je ne sais quoi’ aesthetic to the daily stylings that she documents on her Instagram @shotfromthestreet. She’s particularly partial to a sneaker, so we’ve asked Lizzie to show us how she’s styling her favourite new pieces from cult Japanese fashion brand Onitsuka Tiger’s S/S21 collection. Below, she shares how to make your sneakers work harder across your wardrobe and her go-to styling hacks.

1. Re-Think Your Evening Wear For Day

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              ‘I love all black with a bright white shoe. I’ve got an LBD on here that I normally wear for an evening out, so it’s fun to dress it down sometimes and the trainers make that really effortless.’

              2. Keep It Fresh In Head-To-Toe Monochrome

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              ‘White denim is my go-to on those cooler summer days. The off-white trainers balance this outfit really nicely, and the blue printed T-shirt subtly matches the Onitsuka Tiger Stripe on the shoe without being too “matchy”.’

              3. Add Socks For An On-Trend Twist

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              ‘I love socks and trainers. This would have worked just as well with a white sock, but the navy blue with a white shirt felt more chic.’

              4. Balance Sharp Tailoring With An Athletic Finish

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              ‘These trainers work so well with a smarter look. These are my favourite tailored trousers, but they always feel very smart, so a trainer counter-balances that perfectly.’

              Discover Japanese fashion brand Onitsuka Tiger at @onitsukatigerofficial, try on its products at Onitsuka Tiger Regent Street, its London Flagship store, and shop the full collection today at

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