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One of the rising trends this spring is the launch of sport-wear into everyday looks. To achieve that look we’ll show you how to blur the line between ready-to-wear and activewear by incorporating key articles into both wardrobes. The result will be an all-together chic and exceptionally comfortable ensemble upgrade.
Keep It Neutral
When incorporating activewear into daily wear, stick with neutral colors – black, white, greys should be the dominant hue throughout. You can always add a splash of neon color in your accessories, but having a solid neutral base allows for those accents of color to truly stand out well.
The Runner-Up Sweater
For warmth and sensible coordination, the same zip-up hoodie you throw on post workout can also work really well over a crisp clean white crew neck t-shirt.
A pair of tailored sweatpants will give you much needed relief from your day-to-day abrasive jeans.But these aren’t your father’s sweatpants! Look for leg portions that feature a tapered leg that fits comfortably and are long enough to prevent “scrunching” at the foot. They will even compliment your favorite pair of sneakers. Unlike your traditional pair of sweatpants these can worn into the office and take you straight to the gym.
This new take on men’s legwear is a much better alternative then wearing knee high socks. Compression pants are lightweight and feel like a second skin as you workout or wear them underneath your favorite shorts.The key to sporting this trend outside of the gym is to stick with solid colors and your favorite basic tees in order to balance out the look. Compression pants should enhance your overall outfit without being to distracting.
For an instant activewear boost in your wardrobe, switch to natural fiber jersey blend fabrics. This material breathes and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Shirts and sweaters that come in this fabric always look chic and effortlessly cool.
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