If we talk about convenient trends, all those that involve sportswear lead the list. Last year it was the cycling leggings, during the pandemic the divers took more than one Zoom and now the gym shorts make their entrance before the change of season.
Including sports garments in a more formal or street, the look is not something new. In fact, sneakers have long been accepted in all kinds of settings. From the gym to the office, Kate Middleton or the vice-presidential candidate of the United States, Kamala Harris.
Now, we may not see the potential VP in athletic shorts making speeches and the Duchess of Cambridge wearing them to a gala, but Nordic influencers have all become experts on the trend.
Sports brands bet on models designed for street style and not exactly in the gym or in sports, but they are not the only ones. As well as the classics Nike, Adidas, New Balance, etc., even Prada has its options.
Wider box or basket shorts, colorful vintage style from the ’80s, oversize and even wearing men’s sports shorts. Models and styles for all tastes that combine perfectly with oversize blazers, blouses and shirts.
And the influencers agree that the key to achieving the benefits of this look is the balance between formal and sporty. And that you can go from casual to something more with a simple change of shoes.