The line between sportswear and fashion has become so blurred over time that it often means the same thing. Nowadays you don't have to hit the gym to own the latest in fashionable sports apparel.
The Evolution of SportswearThe term “sportswear” was originally used for the comfortable clothes women used to wear while watching sports.
The Link Between Sportswear and FashionNot too long ago, sportswear and fashion were two completely different things. Sportswear was, as the name suggests for sports, and fashion was whatever clothes were trending at the time.
Top 12 Street Wear Brands in the WorldStreetwear is an ever-growing trend but what are the top brands that people prefer? There are some brands that just stand out and have even reached cult status.
What is Graffiti?Graffiti is designs or images that have been painted in a public place and is considered as a form of art. People do this for many reasons and there are many different styles depending on the artist.
The Evolution of the HoodieOne of most popular items of clothing that is worn all over the world and comes in different shapes and sizes is the hoodie.
10 Types of Trainers and Their UsesTrainers are, as the same suggests, for training purposes but it is surprising to know how many people buy, let’s say running shoes and wear them for any other activity besides running.
Sportswear Through The AgesSportswear has evolved so much over time, from its humble beginnings as simple loose clothing worn when participating in sports.
3 Types of SportswearSportswear can be broken down into three categories: activewear, athleisure and gym wear.
What is Athleisure?Over the years, sportswear has had a massive impact on fashion so much so that people have started wearing sports clothes for activities that aren’t even a bit sporty. This new term is called “athleisure”.
Top 10 Essential Fitness Wear NecessitiesGetting fit quick isn't really all that complicated. All you need is motivation and the right kit. It is a good idea to make a list of things you need before you start a gym routine or take up a new sport.