Trend of the week: Sporty Look

The sporty look is anyone’s game, says Annmarie O’Connor.

INSPIRATION

What do Gigi Hadid, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner and Gwen Stefani have in common?

A girl crush on the retro-inspired tracksuit, that’s what. Who could blame them?

With Tory Burch launching the hotly-tipped Tory Sport range and French fashion house Chloé showcasing Brit Pop-inspired shell suits, there’s no question about it – this look wins big!

Trend of the week: Sporty Look

STYLE HACKS

* BOTTOMS UP: Ever thought of wearing those cuff-free tracksuit bottoms with a fitted blazer and boxfresh trainers? Try it on for size. You won’t regret it.

* TRACK IT: Swap your trusty bomber for a a zip-through track jacket. Pair with a pencil skirt and skater pumps for minimalist chic.

* HEAD-TO-TOE: Brave it in a shell suit? Why not? Just be sure to add a pair of metallic sliders for cool-asa- cucumber appeal. Abs fab? Add a Stefani style crop top!

* FOOTIE FANS: Keep it old school with a pair of coveted cork heel Adidas Stan Smith sneakers or the re-released 70s classic - Nike Cortez.

 

 

 

 


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