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How To Style Sporty Stuff With Basic Wear And Look Trendy!

How To Style Sporty Stuff With Basic Wear And Look Trendy!

Yes, it has happened! You can finally step out of your house in your track pants and jumpers and look like the most stylish person on the street. Mixing sportswear with your outfits for everyday wear is one of the biggest fashion trends we have today... And looks like it’s here to stay. What a wonderful time to be alive!
athleisure Image: Alia Bhatt on Instagram Also read: Trend Alert: Leggings, Jeggings And Now… Treggings!! This trend, commonly known as the Athleisure trend, started out as the younger sibling of the Normcore trend when the maestro, Karl Lagerfeld, sent models down the fabulous Chanel runway in sneakers and running shoes. Ever since then, sneakers have become one of the most fashionable items any girl can own. Branching out from this trend, people have been sporting gym wear when they’re going out and looking downright cool. athleisure Image: Kendall Pictures on Instagram Also read: From Retro Fashion To… Lingerie Dressing?! (It’s A Real Thing!) From Hollywood to Bollywood, Kendall Jenner to Alia Bhatt, everyone seems to be in love with this trend. And why not! To be able to go out in sweatpants and your favourite kicks and messy hair? Hell, yes! We could do this all year long and maybe more! But like all good things, don’t overdo it. The trick is to mix sportswear with casuals - so create a happy combination and keep the balance!
Published on Apr 13, 2016
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