4 Workout Fashion Trends (with Giveaway!)


Credit: Jason Hargrove

While the FBGs might not always be the most fashion-forward when it comes to blending style with fitness, we sure do love to watch the runways! And there’s no doubt that it can be super fun to make a personal style statement in untraditional ways, like revamping your workout gear to reflect some of the broader runway fashions. To help you get started, try these great trendy items from Champion Athleticwear that easily take inspiration from the runway to the treadmill. Oh, and we’re giving it all away to two lucky random U.S. readers! Just comment in the next week to be entered to win!

4 Fitness Fashion Trends

1. Neon. Neon is all the trend this season! Get down with this 80s fashion throwback with the sporty, neon Champion Double Dry training T Shirt in dazzlingly bright colors. Just one vibrant piece will perk up any fitness wardrobe and make working out a little more fun!

track-pants2. Clashing colors. Clashing colors have been seen all over the runway this year. Try different hues of the same color to create a perfect mix with this Champion Double Dry® Seamless Reversible Sports Bra. The best part is you get two separate looks with one piece.

3. Track pants (yes, really!). Track pants have entered the fashion world, so do not be afraid to wear your workout gear to the gym and then out to run errands. Just be sure that the fit is feminine and slim to your figure!

4. Relaxed fit. Pants and shorts with an easy, relaxed fit were seen strutting down the runway this season. Throw on these Champion Foldover-Waist Women’s Pants (we’re seriously obsessed with these), and you will look stylish while also keeping comfortable.

A big thanks to Champion for the workout fashion trend tips! And now we’ll do our little turn on the catwalk…on the catwalk, yeah. —Jenn

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