The sport style era is not over yet as designers embark on a new athleisure-dedicated season. This fall, instead of counting cozy layers and warm materials like knits, fur or velvet, brands are going forward with sport couture. Keep these ideas in mind, but make the focus of your look any type of free time related item.
The tracksuit is the king of the athleisure trend this fall. It can be worn toned down with sneakers and a classic trench coat. But it can also be glammed up with high heels and faux furs. Of course, this suit can also come in different precious materials like leather, velvet or sequins.
Leisure suits can be worn outside the gym or house if you opt for earth tones. A brown suede suit, like Chloe presented on the catwalk, with cropped pants or leather patches can be a fun alternative to stiff business looks.
Another great way that you can incorporate sport into daily looks is with the help of hoodies. Pair them with suit jackets or denim looks and layering has never been easier. Add a camel coat over or a faux fur jacket and you’ll be ready for winter in no time.
If you’re looking to add small sport elements to your outfits, look no further than hats, sneakers or backpacks. The beanie is also making a comeback in office looks with hoodies, suit jackets, shirts and jeans combo. Add a pair of heels to make the look a little bit more feminine and elegant.
Sport looks can bring new colors into your closet, like the boldest one this season – red. But you can also wear mismatched bottoms with tops. To change the outfit completely, add glitter boots or rainbow furs and bowlers hats like Marc Jacobs did.
Of course, last, but definitely not least, a puffa ski coat is also a sport element you can wear this season. Wear it with a suit or even with a slip-on silky dress and knee-high boots for an event and nobody will second guess you mean sport-business!