Hate Going to the gym because all you can wear is the same old track pant and t-shirt? It’s time for you to wake up. Gymming is a commitment, wherein you have to sweat out hard and look your best at the same time. While most of us have our knowledge of gym wear limited to track suits only, there are much more choices in the fashion satchel for the fitness freaks. You don’t believe us?? Here are some impeccable fashion clothing ideas you must try the next time you hit the gym floor:
The Rough & Tough Style:
Give you tough time a complementing look. Wear a striking a sports bra and match it with a smart legging. The bra will offer you the desired support and make you look hot effortlessly. If, this calls in too much of showing your skin, slip on a stylish spaghetti top over it and rock the rough & tough gym look.
The Animal Instinct:
The gym is the right place to bring out the animal in you so why not do this in style. An animal print bra paired with a tight lower is what you need for this look. Tie your hairs in a high ponytail and slip on to your funky sports-shoes. Holy Goodness!! You look like a tigress on the hunt.
The stylish cover:
If all these ideas are too revealing for you, try the trendy body-hugging clothes for your sober gym look. Pick a sports jacket and pair it with a matching lower. A messy bun on the top and you are all set to run an extra mile.
The funky you:
Make your gym time a little livelier by stepping into some funky shoes and slipping on a Capri. It is a great way to show off those toned calves of yours. This will not only boost your fitness spirits but also offer you a comfortable attire to sweat out hard.
Bold & Beautiful:
If you wish to focus on your legs while gymming, there is no better attire than a comfortable and striking legging. They are sexy AF and a perfect mood enhancer for your gym time. And not top forget, you look like a “Diva” in them.
So, Girls, these are some striking ideas to make your gym time fashionable and trendy. Do try them and boost your spirits to lose those extra pounds.
By: Swati Pandey