If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you’ll remember that Athleisure was a big topic a little over a year ago which we covered in a four part series. If you’re new to our blog, or missed the series, you can check out the first post here.
Altheisure was certainly not a fad, as it has gained in popularity over the course of time. For that reason, I’ve put together a list of ways you can make your active wear work both at the gym, office… and anywhere else for that matter!
It’s become a common occurrence to see someone in active wear outside of the gym, not only because it’s comfortable, but because it doesn’t take too much time to put an outfit together. Whatever the occasion, an outfit that’s considered “athleisure” can be slightly dressed up or down simply by adding or removing a layer.
Many consumers are preferring active wear more than any other type of clothing. The wicking, odor control, and stain resistance features are pretty standard for this apparel. People are falling more and more in love with these products that they wear it whenever they get the chance to!
Some individuals are straying from the traditional business “uniform” and are adopting a more casual, yet professional look for the office. Comfort is key and some are finding that leggings and lightweight shirts can pass for a professional look when worn appropriately.
Traditionally, these have been worn as active wear but now they have become key items to wear around the office. Sometimes it’s layered with a polo or woven shirt underneath and it instantly becomes a huge product in the athleisure market.
There have been plenty of companies that have noticed the demand for the merging of workout clothes and work clothes. Some clothes have started to be made out of athletic materials such as blazers. When layered over a tank top or Oxford, the two make a perfect match!
In search of more causal apparel for the workplace? Contact your Account Executive or send an email to Marketing@summitmg.com for more information.
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