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courtesy of nike.com.au

Active wear sales have boomed, with more and more people wearing the apparel everyday.

With the fashion craze sparking increasing popularity due to our busy lifestyles; I have certainly succumbed to the idea of looking stylish in my gym gear wearing it; even if I am not going to the gym. It gives me (and I am sure others) the opportunity to feel comfortable no matter what I am doing, whether it is doing the grocery shopping or meeting a friend for coffee at a cafe.

Wearing gym gear also sends a message that you are a fitness junkie living a healthy lifestyle. There is nothing more appealing than looking healthy and making this apparent to everyone you come by.

But never fear, with the trend being extremely acceptable; clothing companies have designed pieces that are not only appropriate for the gym but also fashionable and flattering. Leading sports brands including Nike and Adidas have joined forces with big name designers such as Stella McCartney to make active wear fashionable. Within the past decade, many other brands have hit the market including 2XU, Lululemon and Lorna Jane.

This fashion forward craze has opened up the market to mainstream labels who are beginning to offer active wear in their range. Sportsgirl, H&M, Cotton On and Top Shop have designed their own range that can be purchased in store and online to keep up with the demanding trends.

Want to set a trend this season? Why not try one of the following to make a statement in your gym gear no matter where you are.

The Neon Runner

Blue, red, green or yellow; runners are available in so many diverse colours. The choices in style and colour are endless; especially from your leading sports apparel creators including Nike.

courtesy of nike.com.au


The 80ís are coming back with the tight lycra leggings becoming a popular choice. Mainly used for performance enhancing from the well known company 2XU, they're also created by many other brands to make your legs look great keeping everything nicely compressed.

image courtesy of nike.com.au & lornajane.com

Colour Coordination

Give your style a splash of colour, whether you wear a bright sports bra underneath your gear, or, a jumper that matches your new runners. The colours and styles are endless whatever store you decide to purchase your gear. You can even match your accessories including your gym bag, water bottle and/or hat to make your style complete.

image courtesy of sportsgirl.com.au

Enjoy mixing and matching and showing everyone your style.

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