Hit the gym in style

Feb 22, 2014, 11:15 IST | Dhara Vora

Who said gymwear needs to be drab? With a dash of colour, fabulous fits, gymwear can be fun. Dhara Vora picks a list that will make you the head turner as you work out

Sports luxe on the global ramp>
Sports has been a surprise favourite with fashion designers for some time now. Think leather track pants (right, Chloé) and the sweatshirt you take for a jog (top, Stella Mccartney) takes a printed turn. 

It’s not just airy clothes but good innerwear that’s important too. And when they come in such beautiful colours, might as well wear them with comfy sweatpants for your workout.
For `1,295 (both)
At All Only stores in the city.

Cut-out outfits are the thing to wear this season. So instead of your usual tank tops, try these cutout ones with attached bras.
For `2,295 (Only), `2,499 (Reebok), (Right, Puma)
At Only, Reebok and Puma stores across the city.

If you follow dance workouts, this capri is designed especially for it.
For `2,299
At Reebok stores across the city.

Be it yoga or dancing, these socks won’t let you slip.
For `599,
At All Reebok stores across the city.

Fabrics too need to be engineered to absorb or give away sweat to let your skin breathe. This sleeveless tee will work it out for your skin when you are pumping iron.
For `1,299
At Puma stores across the city.

Going for a run? This pocket might come in handy to store your music player.
For `1,999
At Puma stores across the city.

Footwear forms the most important part of what you wear to the gym. And these are engineered just to protect your legs and support your workout.
For `5,999

This bag will work for both men and women and has enough space to hold all your gymming needs.
For `2,299 at Puma stores across the city.

Designer’s dossier
Comfort is the most important factor while working out so track pants come are a given. So, experiment with colours and lengths to stand out. Women can layer tops that end just below the bust with tees in two different colours. Also, prints have been popular for several seasons now, so use prints in the right places to add punch to your workout wear.
— Fashion designer Ken Ferns

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