I love that. It is a pure pleasure to look at everyday images in which each element is sewn from an impressive amount of fabric. They immediately become not so everyday, although much easier: trousers, sweater. Maybe there’s a shirt under the sweater.
You can wear sneakers, chunky sneakers, or pointy-toed ankle boots/shoes on your feet. Long trousers should be long: go down to the ground.
If this is not possible (you have to walk, and on the street — what we usually have in the winter on the street), then you can consider shortened wide trousers and cotton socks (wherever the bare ankle can be worn socks): Continue reading
This style is already fit to call not athleisure (athletic + leisure), but athcasual or even athbusiness. Elements of sporting style are so firmly embedded in the wardrobes that there is no longer any possibility (and let’s be honest) any desire to expel them from there, even if it is not a Sunday walk in the Park, but an average formal business lunch. Athleisure, in my opinion, is the fifth big trend for this year, and probably several subsequent ones (until they finally invent some exoskeleton printed on a 3D printer for mass production, or we all change into spacesuits). We have already analyzed the four previous trends: the 80’s, 90’s, post-Soviet Gopnik style and inventive layering. Continue reading