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Stealing all her looks ASAP.
Athleisure has been around for about 10 years, and it's gotten more popular now. The sportswear-inspired trend is the perfect stay-at-home fashion. If you want to try out this chill aesthetic, turn to Sarah Lahbati. I'
Save these for your next sweat sesh!
Because of the quarantine, not only have we transformed a part of our homes into our personal work spaces, but for some of us, we've also alotted an area for working out. We totally get it, though. Setting fitness goals
The proceeds will help families affected by the pandemic!
Many local brands are doing their part to aid the fight against COVID-19 from donating money to help affected communities to making PPEs for healthcare workers. This collective endeavor goes for both retail giants and even independent homegrown labels. In fact,
Easy looks for when you don’t know what to wear!
Co-ords have slowly been creeping into our daily fashion lives. From co-ord suits to linen sets, we've realized their benefits: no need to think of what to wear with it, plus, you get to create extra looks when
She's looking real cool lately.
In the name of merged comfort and style comes Sofia Andres, who, to our observant eye, has been looking really cool these days. Below are eight of her chill, streetwear-inspired OOTDs for proof!1. Check out how she softens a token
Here are the items you need to cop her look!
Going the athleisure route is the easiest way to remain stylish and cozy at the same time; the pieces are perfect for a chill night with friends or a last-minute trip to the gym. Just check out these lewks on Kelsey
Inject some retro flair into your athleisure wear.
With athleisure still on everyone's fashion radar, it's inevitable that it gave birth to another beloved trend: retro dressing. Pulling inspiration from the colorful sporty look from the '80s and '90s, we officially welcome retro sportswear, a trend that makes
<i>Bagong fashion trend ulit</i>? Don't panic.
First Normcore, now there's a new fashion trend called Athleisure? Don't worry, it's not as complicated as you think.According to InStyle.com, the new fashion buzzword refers to "clothes that fit a somewhat broad category of being approproate