Lifestyle – Athleisure Fashion Trend Advice Here. Get Your Fitness Game On!

Athleisure fashion Tips


Blogger Peter Minkoff advice on the latest trend: “athleisure fashion” that will sure get your fitness game on! Read more here.

Finally, a trend we can all get behind – something that combines both fashion and comfort. Gone are the days of carefully pressed, work-appropriate suits and high heels. The times are fast and we want to feel comfortable as we rush through our days, trying to accomplish a million things.

Everyone from celebrities to average working mothers are embracing athleisure and having fun doing it. So, what exactly is this trend and how do you emulate it? Read on to find out.

Athleisure Fashion: Get Your Fitness Game On!

Combining fitness and style

Times have certainly changed and so have our expectations from women. While looking good is still very desirable, now we tend to focus on other aspects of a woman’s life. Since many of us try to juggle between work and family obligations, it’s no wonder that leggings are now acceptable casual work attire in many places. The word itself combines athletic and leisure style and indicates that this is the kind of clothes that is suitable for both exercise and everyday wear.

Celebrities like Jessica Alba and Rosie Huntington-Whitley are known to frequent this look, and people love it. If you had caught a celebrity wearing a sweatshirt and leggings out in public five years ago, their picture would have shown in every tabloid, crying for them to get it together. But now, this is the height of effortless style.

The fitness industry has a lot to do with this new trend, as people are trying to promote exercise and healthy lifestyle. Now you can go from work to gym, and back home all in one outfit, which makes it easier for anyone who’s short on time, but still, wants to look good and feel comfortable.

Athleisure Fashion: Get Your Fitness Game On!

Is this trend right for you

Well, are you someone who likes feeling both relaxed and stylish? Then yes. Even the biggest diva needs to slip on something a little more comfortable occasionally, and this enables you to look trendy while you’re doing it.

Any woman can benefit from having good workout clothes and it might inspire you to start your own workout routine. Exercising can only bring benefits. When you research gym wear for women, you’ll find that there are many options online, in multiple colors and various cuts.

Everyone should own at least two pairs of good compression leggings and some cute sweatshirts. Leggings and yoga pants have the added benefit of showing off your curves, and who doesn’t love that?

Athleisure Fashion: Get Your Fitness Game On!

Embracing fitness as a lifestyle

Like mentioned before, owning good workout clothes will make you want to go to the gym and exercise. It’s a way to turn something that a lot of people see as difficult and unpleasant, into something fun with obvious long-term benefits.

Fitness is a lifestyle, and it’s a lot easier to carry out it if you surround yourself with positive reinforcements and start realizing that the thing doesn’t have to be hard at all. Women no longer want to be just skinny; they want to be strong and competent.

Instead of underfed and paper-thin, now we want women who look and feel strong. Who’s to say that you can’t look feminine and lovely while lifting weights and pushing your body to its limits?

Athleisure fashion may be just the thing to inspire you to get up and get moving. Now you just have the added benefit of being comfortable and stylish.

Guest Blogger profile:

Peter is a lifestyle writer at Shlur magazine from UK, living in London and occasionally in Brisbane, Australia! Beside writing he worked as a fashion stylist for many fashion events around UK & AUS! His future plans are in creating a business for beauty and style advising.

*Photo credits as submitted by the guest blogger.


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