How To Make Athleisure Look Chic This Season

It has become very clear which trends are becoming prominent this year, and to be honest, it’s hard to ignore the obvious frontrunner – Athleisure. This ever growing style has taken the fashion world by storm and has been featured as THE look at LFW. As you know I’m pretty crazy about sticking to my health and fitness goals, especially as Summer’s now here! Workout clothes is a serious staple in most of our wardrobes. So much so that sports bras and yoga pants often make an appearance in our day-to-day outfits. That being said, athleisure is exactly what it sounds like: a muse between athletic wear and casual, everyday ensembles. So clearly it works for both. Still, how to make athleisure look chic can be a struggle. Worry not, I’m here to help!

How To Make Athleisure Look Chic

Finding a good quality brand that has well cut designs is hugely important. Also pieces which can mix and match both for the gym and living is essential. So with this in mind I’d like to introduce you to Asquith.

Asquith is an elegant, comfortable range of clothing that can be worn on a yoga mat and as part of an everyday wardrobe – from studio to street (or seaside in my case!). What do you think? This eco-friendly brand combines both sustainable bamboo and organic cotton in their fabrications. This means each item is incredibly soft, doesn’t fade, bobble or stretch and, most importantly, lasts.

By wearing Asquith you will soon realise that it is impossible not to make athleisure look chic thanks to their range. Do head over to the Asquith website to discover the original athleisure brand designing activewear to live in.

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