Fashion brands have paid attention to the trend that not only do people want a trainer in which they can run but also do they want to be able to wear it every day.
Adidas and Nike have successfully combined their fit-for-purpose athletic-wear products with up-to-the-minute aesthetics ones. The trainers of these famous brands offer both supreme comfort and performance. Their trainers are cool enough to pair with slim, dark wool trousers and also make you look like you’ve lost your mind.
Moreover, if you want to be full hipster, you can opt for the collaboration between Adidas and Rick Owens. Many people may consider their look ‘dark matter meets neo-futurism’ but you should just keep it simple. The Boost range of this German sports giant is stunning all-around while their Kanadia range is well worth a look, too.
Track jackets are perfect for layering and athletic usage. They are not only extremely cool but also really useful wardrobe items.
This item has come in more styles, cuts, and colors than you may have ever known what to do with. Your choices run the gamut from featherweight options for light training and warm-ups to technical apparel fit typically reserved for trekking a mountain in.
The lighter stuff which will probably get more wear may be your preference. Try a thin nylon jacket as a mid-layer over a polo shirt and under a parka, this will create a look that’s really on-point.
Think legendary British label Fred Perry, Nike’s Windrunner series, throwback nineties brands such as Fila and Ellesse, or luxury performance wear specialists like Arc’teryx Veilance or Stone Island.
This extra hood under your jacket can be vital for you to avoid elemental intrusion like rain as well as to make you feel like a boxer-in-training. It is also great to structure your layering with a thin hoody nicely paired with a hoodless jacket worn over the top.