Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - (With in­puts from Vaibb­havi P, de­signer)

The sweat­pants in­spired bot­tom wear trend has given skinny den­ims a much­needed break. These pants can be in­cor­po­rated in ev­ery­day wear, and if you want to spice it up, throw in a pair of heels and a light­coloured T-shirt.

Churi­dars and pa­ja­mas are be­ing re­placed with knit­ted, stretch fi­bre leg­gings. They are com­fort­able and look great with eth­nic cloth­ing as well.

Women who pre­fer to wear eth­nic In­dian clothes have moved to sports shoes for their daily walks. Many peo­ple now pre­fer them over for­mal or strappy shoes.

The sweat­shirt, with or with­out a hood, is a ver­sa­tile jacket. It looks cool, stylish and is com­fort­able as well.

T-shirts of vary­ing length or crop tops can be paired with shorts, cy­cling trunks, etc.

Women need the sup­port of a good qual­ity sports bra for sport­ing ac­tiv­i­ties. Be­sides hav­ing def­i­nite health ben­e­fits, sports bras also give you free­dom from the dis­com­fort of the un­der­wired, padded cup bras. The strappy racer backs of sports bras have in­spired many styles such as hal­ter tops, gan­jis (vests) and strappy tank tops with back de­tail­ing. These can be in­cor­po­rated in all sorts of looks, be it den­ims, skirts or track pants.

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