The festive period is over and the time to overindulge in rich foods and endless prosecco has come to an abrupt end. Instead, we’re left feeling sleepy, bloated and a little bit lethargic. It’s time to kick those sluggish feelings to the curb and get our physical selves back in check.
Whether you’re planning on hitting the gym, starting an early morning running routine or taking on a new fitness class, it’s probably time to update your athleisure wardrobe. Wearing comfortable and stylish sportswear can really boost your confidence when taking on a new sporting activity, so we’ve compiled five fitness looks to inspire you and your wardrobe.
Look 1: Monochrome
Keep things simple with a classic black and white ensemble. The darker the colours the better, as stains won’t show up as quickly. If you’re worried about sweat stains showing through, try and avoid grey materials as these show moisture the most.
Adidas AOP Long Tights Ladies, Sports Direct
Look 2: Pretty Pastels
With spring on the horizon, why not brighten up your workout with some seasonal shades? We’re seeing lots of pastel pinks coming through into SS18 fashion.
Dharana Short Sleeve Yoga Top, Sweaty Betty
Sports Tights, H&M
Look 3: Simplicity
Sometimes simple is best. This basic ensemble is to the point and practical: ideal for women that aren’t into the generic luminous gym look.
Nike, Gym Vintage Crew Neck T-Shirt In Pink, John Lewis
Nike, Running Essential Printed Tights, JD Sports
4: The Illusionist
Activewear that boasts flattering patterns can often reshape the way you look. These Under Armour leggings slim the appearance of legs, giving you that little extra boost of confidence in the gym.
Women’s UA HeatGear Colour Blocked Ankle Crop, Under Armour
Look 5: Loud Leggings
Proud of your pins? Show them off in some highly patterned leggings. Loud-looking garments will draw attention to your best body parts. Pair this look with a plain top to even out the outfit!
Puma Active T-shirt Ladies, Sports Direct
Power Mesh Leggings, Sweaty Betty