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Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner have both been spotted in these £75 trainers, and they go with everything

The adidas Samba sneakers are It-girl approved

I think we can all agree our trainer collections will never be complete. After spotting the likes of Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Kate Moss and Hailey Bieber in the same adidas pair, we now have one more addition to add to our wishlists.

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The adidas Samba trainers have the kind of sleek design that go with everything in your wardrobe, as demonstrated by the A-list.

Bella Hadid wears adidas Samba trainers in New York in April

Bella Hadid has worn Sambas with low-rise baggy jeans, while Kendall Jenner paired hers with jersey shorts and an oversized shirt.

Most recently Hailey Bieber was spotted wearing her Samba trainers in her Who's in my Bathroom? YouTube video with Maddie Zeigler, previously adding them to a classic denim cut-offs and leather jacket ensemble. Even Kate Moss was an OG fan back in 2015.

Kendall pairs her adidas Samba trainers with jersey shorts and an oversized shirt

Originally designed for footballers, the retro three-stripe trainers are now a firm street style favourite, and with prices from £75, they’re more accessible than your average trending celebrity shoe.

Hailey Beiber wears her adidas Samba trainers out in LA in June

Thanks to their popularity, the original Sambas are currently sold out everywhere in women's sizes, but you can still shop the very similar Velosambas. Made from recycled and vegan materials, they look almost identical and are available in black, white or steel blue.

Velosamba shoes in core black, £110, adidas


Velosamba shoes in cloud white, £110, adidas


Velosamba cycling shoes in steel blue, £110, adidas


Move over Stan Smiths, the Samba is most definitely the sneaker of the moment.

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