There are different aspects to consider when choosing an outfit to hit the gym. First and foremost, you want to feel comfortable, you don’t want to be covered and uncomfortable, but you also don’t want to feel exposed and too out there… You also want to make sure your outfit will look the same before and after a workout session! Get ready to shift into high gear as we put together five outfits that will make you want to spend more time on the treadmill.
From Gym To Breakfast
Choose between a crop and a vest or just change it up when leaving the gym – this printed set is chic enough to take you for a morning breakfast or a quick brunch.
Technical aspect: It features stretchy fabric which has a cooling finish that keeps you dry and comfortable.
Gym is not the only place you would want to be seen in this feminine printed matching set – just throw on a light weight knit whilst doing your errands after the gym and you have a new outfit!
Technical aspect: These high-rise tights have a soft fold-over waistband and it features a heat sealed scooped hemline.
Pop of Colour
If you’re looking for something that’s fashionable but comfortable, then this is it! The seamless outfit allows you to workout with ease while the pop of colour in the bomber jacket does all the styling for you.
Technical aspect: the seam free hem and neckline creates ultimate comfort.
Design elements in this outfit look cool and the coding and prints are also reflective. The long sleeves will keep you protected from the sun and you even have a zipped secret pocket to keep your belongings close!
Technical aspect: Besides the fabric being smooth and stretchy against your skin, it’s made with sweat-wicking technology which keeps you dry and comfortable.
Mix and Match
Gym clothing doesn’t always have to be fitted – this tank from Adidas is wider around the body which glides over the body easier than a fitted top and is much more comfortable!
Technical aspect: The tank top contains sweat-wicking Climalite fabric while the tights have mesh panels that help with ventilation and cooling.
By Fashion and Digital assistant, Tiamara Naidoo
A fashion design graduate and the current fashion editor for Woman&Home magazine. She is a creative soul who thinks fashion should be an expression of one’s imagination, also she’s a self-proclaimed fashion guru.