Released back in June, the adidas Samba Rose takes the terrace silhouette of the Samba and adds a contemporary twist in the form of a creeper-esque chunky sole. A reboost of the yesteryear’s classic low-tops, the Samba Rose is 90s style reinvisioned for today’s girl. A worthy opponent to the saturated Dad Trainer market, these retro-inspired kicks are a great way to rock an exaggerated sole unit, without following the crowd. 

The vintage style of the Samba Rose was made for the Valencia filter, so it’s no surprise that it’s one of the hottest shoes on the Gram. Here’s who we’ve spotted in their Sambas over the past month:


Spaghetti legs with @footasylumwomens ??

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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, you just can’t go wrong with a classic CK tee. Holly dons all black everything and matches her Sambas, shorts and shades in this monochromatic look. 


Mood: unbothered and glowing ???????????? #FootasylumWomens

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?????????? #Sambarose #FootasylumWomens

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Risa goes all out adi in this laidback getup. She matches her Sambas with her adidas Popper Pants and a mesh crop, gaining maximum street style points from us at Footasylum Womens. 


In a match made in heaven, Emily looks like an urban angel in this look. She teams her white Sambas with an oversized tee and a mini shoulder bag and serves some serious minimalist street style. 


Bringing the sass on a Tuesday morning ?? @footasylumwomens

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Calvin Klein Tee - check. Distressed denim  - check. Samba Rose - check. Cat-eye shades - check. Coffee - check. This getup from Sinead really does have it all. 

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