10 Sporty Pieces That Are Total Winners
Athletic-inspired styles have ruled the runways the last few seasons, and they're showing no signs of slowing down. From Alexander Wang's take on sneaker-inspired dresses to Dsquared's racing-stripe separates, it looks like it's definitely game-on for this trend this spring.
The stripes say sporty, the shape screams modern.
Topshop sweatshirt, $95; topshop.com
Rock it with a sweatshirt and slip-on sneakers.
Adidas + Mary Katrantzou skirt, $180; netaporter.com
You might be tempted to wear this combo separately, but don't—it's so much cooler together.
Two-piece dress, $122; pixiemarket.com
This bright top looks great with black leather.
T by Alexander Wang top, $425; mytheresa.com
For when you want to wear sneakers but not look like you're off to run laps.
Leather slip-ons, $60, vans.com
Belt your skirt for an instant pop of cool.
Marni mesh and tech-jersey waist belt, $340; netaporter.com
Mix these with non-sporty pieces, like blazers and full pleated skirts.
Marni sneakers, $580; barneys.com
Balance your athletic side with a bit of feminine lace.
MSGM t-shirt, $285; thecorner.com
A mixed-media masterpiece that isn't too fancy.
Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer necklace, $225; lesnouvelles.com
These look especially striking with a neutral pedicure.
River Island sandals, $56; riverisland.com
Not just for the gym.
Metallic Leather Backpack, $190; cosstores.com