Athleisure

It seems as though comfort is becoming more prominent in fashion, especially with the rise of the athleisure trend (wearing gym clothes/active wear but you aren’t actually going to the gym). So what’s all the fuss about? Well personally, I love the fact that it has become socially acceptable to leave the house and go about your daily life wearing something that was previously reserved for a sweaty workout session. The athleisure trend is all about being comfortable whilst making sportswear look good.
Athleisure from Offtherails
So I tried the athleisure look myself combining my white Ash sneakers with a pair of racer stripe Woolworths pants, a fine red knit from Zara, and a puffer from Flaunt, who will be selling these amazing jackets at my upcoming winter event.

Ladies, if you’d like to try out the athleisure trend, here are some styles you can’t go wrong with (click the image in each case for the retailer site):

The Racer Stripe

Athleisure from Offtherails
Athleisure from Offtherails

The Sweatshirt

Athleisure from Offtherails
Athleisure from Offtherails

The Sneaker

Athleisure from Offtherails
Athleisure from Offtherails
Athleisure from Offtherails

Yours in fashion

Julie

By |April 9th, 2018|Categories: Sportswear, Trends|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Melaina Gross 10 April 2018 at 6:51 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the athleisure outfit ideas. I’m a big fan of comfort! Do you have tips for athleisure wear suitable for the workplace?

    • Julie 11 April 2018 at 3:26 pm - Reply

      Hi Melania
      Thank you for your commemt. With regards to using the ath-leisure trend at the work place, my suggestion would be that you buy the pants in a crepe woven fabric with stripe down the side as opposed to a tracksuit fabric, then dress it up with a white shirt or feminine blouse and wear a pair of brogue shoes or heels as opposed to sneakers which then gives the whole look a more up styled look for the work place. I bought the pants I am wearing from Studio W at Woolowrths. PS: you can also combine the pants with a fine knit and blazer for work as opposed to a puffer jacket like the image. I hope that helps you? Let me know. Regards Julie

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