I’m still loving the athleisure wear trend and I’m beyond happy to report that it seems that athleisure is here to stay for awhile. With plenty of great pieces still gracing the runways, this is a trend I fully support and am happy to see linger on for a few years. On the days that I work from home or am going from kids activities on to errands, it’s nice to have looks like this that feel pulled together and cute but that are very comfortable and easy to wear. Especially on cold grey days when someone rings the doorbell. Yes I’m looking at you solar panel salesman. I try not to look like the frumpy mom and selecting the right athleisure pieces are key.
Here are our top Shopbop athleisure picks that will have you styling in your sweat pants. Looking to update your look a bit this spring? Here are a few tips.
- If you haven’t gone there yet, its time to try a bomber jacket. The one below is affordable and solid. A great way to dip your toes into the trend.
- Word on the fashion streets is that sneakers are not only staying they are getting bolder. Why not get funky with your footwear and choose a bold fabric of fun style?
- Update your sweatpants with a metallic detail. After all, unless you work in a gym you aren’t wearing these looks into the office.
Let’s all have some fun with our athleisure wear styles! Isn’t that what weekends are made of?!
1. Triangles Skinny Sweatpants / 2. Satin Bomber Jacket / 3. Puma Classic Lace Up Sneakers / 4. Water Bottle / 5. Champagne Superstar Sweatshirt / 6. Happiness sweatpants / 7. Velvet Slip-On Sneakers / 8. Knot sweatshirt
I just purchased two pairs of sneakers from Shopbop that I can’t wait to share and I think that knot sweatshirt needs to be on my list. Are you still all in with athleisure? How are you updating your look in the coming months?
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