#MondayMotivation: Budget dupes for those pricey white sneakers you've been eyeing


Timeless white sneakers are essential to every wardrobe. They are the trusted shoes we turn to when comfort and style are both non-negotiable. These are the perennial shoes that are a fit for most occasions. Simply said, white sneakers are to any outfit what sugar is to cake.

However, for the most part a branded pair can easily exceed the R1000 mark, but we’ve spotted a few of the trendiest kicks with favourable price tags that will surely leave your feet and purse satisfied.

READ MORE: So many outfits ideas that'll go perfectly with your new dad shoes

So get your white sneaker game on point at the coolest prices. 

The embellished

Take your sneaker game to the next level this season with golden floral touches, studs and pearls. Your feet deserve this treat. 

Awol at Superbalist, Flower Detail Sneaker, R299.

Footwork at Superbalist, R349.

Diamante and pearl socks, Style Republic at Superbalist, R69.

The classics

You can never go wrong with a pair of classics, especially for a long day on the go. The truth is, dad sneakers and all white tennis shoes have never looked better than with printed midi and maxi dresses.

Chunky Sneaker, Cotton On, R449

Trainer, Rubi at Cotton on, R449.

Sporty Lace Up Trainers, Woolworths, R299.

Jersey Crepe Dress,H&M, R429


The hassle free laceless slip-ons are a street style staple that work impressively well with a playful parka.

Slip on, Jada at Superbalist, R299.

MRP, Printed Parka, R349.

Two-toned platform espadrilles 

The perfect go-to pair of shoes when your look needs a comfortable lift. 

Platform Espadrilles, Woolworths, R399


Thankfully, there are branded sneakers from Spree with an affordable price tag. Take to the streets in monochromatic chic powered by low rise Fila kicks and an enviable moonbag.

Sara Sneaker, White Fila at Superbalist, R499

Moon bag, MRP, R119

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