It has been the year of wearing sweatpants – casually and I’m here for it!
I just love that they are comfortable and I get to be lazy in them. Oh how I love fashion and how you can style everything without looking like you just hopped out of bed. You can wear them out to the mall, late run to the store, your 7am class, the movies with your gals or maybe to a casual dinner like Chilis or Texas Roadhouse ( those rolls with cinnamon butter, am I right?). Here are some chic tips on wearing your sweats and still looking chic.
You want to wear those sweats that fit your body the right way. It is ok to get the loose style of sweats, but make sure that they are not overwhelming your body. I love sweats that have the tie string in the front and have the gathered ankle in the bottom like these below.
2. A Simple Top
One of my favorite things to wear with my sweats are crop tops. I think it makes the outfit a little (sultry) and fashion forward. You’re not really exposing too much but making it fun and sporty. You can also pair it up with a graphic tee, or your favorite band shirt. Here are a few fun shirts to wear!
3. Stylish Sneakers
My favorite comeback right now are the chunky sneaker. Something I am wanting in my closet! Yes I have not yet bought my pair, but I love it – especially when worn with cute sweats. I love the ideal sporty look with some cute chunky air max or those stylish running adidas sneakers . This for sure will is make sporty spice proud!
4. The Ultimate Jacket
This will pull off the look all together, it is what makes your look chic. I love to pair my looks with a(faux) leather jacket – it makes it look badass-y. For those cool days a simple denim jacket will do the trick and will make you look effortless and fashionable. Here are some more cool jackets for perfect weather days and cooler days.
I really hope that you get a little inspired by this look! Dont be scared to wear things that are a little interesting. Be a head turner, a fire starter, a noise maker! Be confident! Chances are you might be a trend setter.