3 Ways to Wear Joggers
I feel like every once in a while fashion throws us a trend that’s a thank you for putting up with the other trends we’ve tried. Street style is this trend — sneakers, baseball caps, and now the jogger. Not familiar with the jogger pant? Well, let me introduce you to your new best trend. The jogger is basically an acceptable way to wear comfortable pants all the time. You can wear them to the office, for a night out, or to run errands… and they work all three ways. In fact, I’ve built a strong case for the Jogger; see Exhibit A, B and C below.
Mixing in joggers for work is actually a lot easier than I first thought. It took me a while to figure out just what to wear with this style, but I realized that a simple blazer and white tee could make this look work perfectly. (These are two essential items you should already have and if not, what are you waiting for girlfriend?) The style of the pants also makes it great for heels. I’m literally wearing sweat pants with heels and it works. No, no thank YOU, Joggers.
Happy hour or date night, you can again make Joggers fit into anything that you are going to do. Add in a cute blouse, black heels and you’re going out to dinner with friends in the comfiest outfit ever. Literally all of your friends will be jealous.
I feel like this look is how joggers were meant to be worn. (Sure, you can always go natural and just wear them to the gym but why be boring?) Add in a few essential pieces like a sweater and jean jacket (or even add in a basic tee instead) and you’ve got a sweet street look that works perfectly for the weekend.
*This post brought to you by Athleta, the premier fitness fashion brand for women.
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