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  • Get Ready, Get Set, Get Sports Luxe
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    Lucy Sadana
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Get Ready, Get Set, Get Sports Luxe

Sport Luxe brings an athletic touch to Spring/Summer fashion... Minimal silhouettes, simple patterns, the Sports Luxe trend is design at its most considered. Leave the salopettes in Sochi – spring’s most active trend takes sporty shapes and themes and gives them a high-fashion update.

Whether you’re a medal-winner or a gym-dodger, clean lines and luxurious fabrics suggest dynamism and edge. “A sporty feeling brings an ease of wear into the modern woman’s look; a vitality and energy.” Consider it a workout for your wardrobe. Work the look by opting for neutral shades of Ivory, Rosewater and Dahlia in loose, laid-back styles. Minimalism in design is key to carrying off this trend so simple jerseys are great style options.

1. The Contrast sleeve jumper features a slash neck with delicate detailing across the back shoulders. A simple and stylish classic oozing luxury with it's soft fabric.

2.The Honeycomb stitch jumper features a round neck with delicate detailing around the trim. A simple and stylish classic oosing luxury with its soft fabic. The high tech materials and active wear ingredients, such as mesh panels, create an urban aesthetic as cool as it is comfortable. The popularity of sports luxe is down to peoples lifestyle today. With the stress and pace of life, people want to look stylish and comfortable. Adding a sports element creates comfort. Sports Luxe has been a continuing catwalk theme for the past few seasons, and this Spring you’ll be pleased to hear that it’s still ‘game on’ for slouchy shapes and relaxed lines. Alexander Wang during AW13 and the Pre-Fall

3.1 Phillip Lim collections both had a strong sports influence with easy shapes, sweats and luxe touches.

  • Post author
    Lucy Sadana
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