Clothing, Shoes

Hoodies/Jeans/Sneakers: Athleisure

November 13, 2017 | by Scott

Versatility is the name of the game. Gone is the ‘gym wear is gym wear’ look. No more 80s and 90s leotards and lycra with matching head and sweatbands. The hoodie/jeans/sneakers combination, can meet your workout requirements and so much more. Why not raise the standard for fitness and leisurewear, the perfect smart-casual look with bags of street credibility and celebrity cool. Here are a few products that rock the look so well.

The Hoodie: ASOS Zip-Up Hoodie, Beige, $17 (was $29)

The Asos zip-up hoodie is a fine complement to this look we are putting together. A well-tailored garment, available in a range of colors including beige, black, brown and tons of more colors. The lightweight material is comfortable and suitable for most weather conditions.

The Jeans: 76 Slouch Skinny Jean, $39.99 (was $99)

The Lucky Brand 76 Slouch Skinny Jean is a stylish product at a knockdown price right now. It comes in Kennard Olive, with a subtle sun-faded hue. The jeans are low rise up top, tapering tight to a 12.75 inch super skinny leg. Along with a button fly, the jeans have the classic five pocket design. They can be machine washed in a cold water setting.

The Sneakers: Adidas Men’s Originals Stan Smith Sneaker, Brown, $89.99

Complete the look with an Adidas classic. The Stan Smith original sneaker. The iconic design explicitly created for the tennis legend back in 1971, is minimalist with some superb attention to detail. The low top leather upper contrasts well with the rubber outsole. The tongue has the Stan Smith portrait embossed on it, while the heel displays his name underscoring the Adidas trefoil logo. Super cool for sure.

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