Sporty looks are in, even when you're not going to play sports. The confinement has boosted both the comfy style and our desire to exercise, and that shows on the street and in the gym. In addition, we have already learned that the bikini operation does not start in spring, and that training throughout the year is the best way to take care of our health and get our body in shape.
So, assuming that this autumn and winter you are willing to give it your all doing sports, here are the proposals for looks you need to not lose your style even when you sweat your shirt.
We have fallen in love again with the classic tracksuit, the one of a lifetime, in that light gray that goes so well with everything. Paula Echevarría shows herself as sporty with a Space Flamingo tracksuit, her own brand, just like her cap. To give the outfit a chic touch, replace the backpack with a shoulder bag.
Don't miss the opportunity to include a top-trend garment in your sporty look, as Cristina Pedroche does. She has combined her basic sweatpants and trainers with a padded jacket in bright orange, the color of fashion. With it, he adds color and topicality to his outfit for a day of sports at Casa de Campo.
White sports outfits are the most, and they help us not always fall into the color black when dressing for training. And to give it a trendy touch, wear them with a jacket like the experts do. Alexandra Pereira achieves an ideal look with a black jacket to match her cap, while María Pombo wears a very harmonious outfit with hers in houndstooth.
We have selected this sensational look from Gitta Banko, in taupe and with a matching feather coat. The German influencer is impeccable when it comes to dressing, achieving a perfect balance with classic garments with the most modern design. And that is seen even when he goes to play sports.
Your gym or running sessions will surely ask you to wear shorts on occasions to deal with the heat that your body generates. Go ahead, but try to compensate the temperature with a sweatshirt. In addition to not being cold, you will be ideal.
Fluorine colors are a trend that has passed from sportswear and 90s aesthetics to our street wardrobe. So nothing better than taking them back to your sport looks, combined with garments in basic colors like black. Look at the vibe that Raquel Perera achieves with a fluorescent yellow sweatshirt and sneakers, and simple black leggings.