Sports are not only a great way of staying fit, but they also give you a reason to get dressed up. Nowadays, you don’t exactly need to be playing a certain sport to rock threads meant for it—take the tennis skirt for example. With sneakers bulldozing heels and sweats overtaking jeans, getting dressed in athletic wear has become a fashion expression rather than just for proper attire’s sake with designers pegging off gym looks to make sartorial statements. Take a hint from these three collections as we show you how you can rock the sporty trend on non-sporting events.
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Take it from Lacoste’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection and play down a fitted pencil skirt and cropped top combo with tone on tone pink paired with a comfy pair of sneakers.Click on the gallery to shop this look.
Turn up the power dressing in something pale by pairing a bra-top with loose trousers amped up by killer black stilettoes just as DKNY does.>
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TAKE IT TO THE STREETS>
The sportswear trend is all about comfort on the go so keep up with the pace in fresh white trainers, a muscle tee, and a shiny pair off joggers-cum-trousers ala Marc by Marc Jacobs.> Click on the gallery to shop this look.
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