Stocking garments for a variety of sports, including skiing and tennis (maybe not cheerleading yet☝🏼), you can find pretty much everything sports-related on Sweaty Betty's website and can also visit their stores. As the 'athleisure' trend is definitely here to stay, the retailer is branching out into fashion-focused collections, with an expanding product range for us to wear day and night, even outwith the gym. Founder and Creative Director Tamara Hill-Norton stated "women are dressing in a new way that's cool, comfortable and most importantly easy."
Here are my personal top picks from Sweaty Betty. If you like what you see, you should head over to their website to see the full range. And if you decide to buy anything, it would be great if you click here before purchasing to use my recommendation code - you'll get 25% off your first order and I think I get 25% off too. Everyone wins. Or copy and paste this URL: https://sweatybetty.mention-me.com/m/ol/uq4yf-mairi-lowe (ps thank you xxx)
Another sports wear brand you have probably heard of is lululemon athletica. Originating in Vancouver, the stores first sold clothes for yoga and also hosted yoga classes at night, fully embracing the active and healthy lifestyle which still drives the brand today. Now selling internationally, lululemon designs garments specifically for yoga, running, cycling and also general fitness training. They stock a great range of basics as well as many garments suitable for everyday wear, providing comfort and a minimalistic effortless vibe. Here are my top picks:
If you still aren't satisfied you should definitely check out Oysho which is another brand who I am LOVING for stylish sportswear. Perhaps I'll have an outfit post with them coming up soon. If you've read about my swimwear experience of Oysho, you'll know I love the brand.
Which brands do you go to for your sportswear? It's a trend I'm just getting into for everyday wear, but since it focuses on comfort and easiness, I am definitely in.