The perfect combination of tailoring and relaxation, the look exploded onto the catwalk at the Spring Summer and Autumn Winter shows and can now be seen on a style blogger/ fashionista/ girl next to you in the supermarket queue.
On The Runway
The great thing about this trend is that its suuuper easy to wear. I recommend mixing fashionable staples with sports wear for a sporty look that doesn't look like you've got lost on your way to the gym.
The high street have got this idea down to a tee (literally), with Adidas collaborating with Topshop to create trendy, sporty pieces.
Topshop injected some luxe into the line, using dressy materials whilst sticking to classic Adidas shapes. How British!
Those with more money (jealous!) can look to the Adidas by Stella McCartney range for their fix of the trend. These designer pieces are practical too! Fancy a run in Stella McCartney shorts anyone?
The Wish List
Looking for some trend-spiration? Here's my ultimate picks for this trend:
Black top, $34 / Adidas mesh crop top, $110 / Embroidered jacket, $590 / Neon Rose print sweatpant, $50 / Sophie Hulme highwaisted shorts, $495 / T By Alexander Wang clothing / Ash velcro shoes, $175 / Vans galaxy shoes / River Island strappy sandals, $75 / Kelly Katie miniature purse / Proenza Schouler leather backpack / Victoria's Secret Sport Duffle / Neil Barrett leather baseball cap
For the looks from my wardrobe, I simply mixed gym wear with casual clothes. Some items that looks cool and quirky with gym wear include crop tops and leather. Go for textures! The more the better: who says you can't wear tie dyed lace with trainers?
Clockwise From Bottom Left: Shorts, Cotton On Body, Tank, Ice Design, Jelly Heels and Trainers, both Rubi Shoes, Faux Leather Shorts, Valley Girl, Crop Top, Factorie (hand tie died), Hat, Roxy, Sunnies, Rubi Shoes, Watch, Lovisa, Sports Bra, Cotton On Body, Trousers, Top Shop, Bag, Fendi
This is making me want to go for a run... catch you later!