Basic or Bright?

Thu 29 Jan 2015 - posted by Georgia Hathaway

Whether you’re hitting the gym or playing sports, a stylish outfit is guaranteed to make you look and feel good while you work up a sweat. Now the question is: do you go basic or bright?


These running tights (Nike, £90) will help keep you dry and visible before dawn and after dark with sweat-wicking fabric and enhanced reflectivity. Plus, they look incredible on!

A grey tee (Debenhams, £30) is always a staple when it comes to sportswear, it will go with anything! This one has a moisture management system so it won't let you down no matter how intense your training session is.

A hoody (Debenhams, £30) is a sportswear essential. The durable design is perfect for working out, while the comfortable fit and subtle style make it a must-have for your workout wardrobe.

With Nike’s foam sole, unbelievably light weight upper and topped off with the legendary logo, you’ll want to wear these whether you’re exercising or not! (Footasylum, £69.99)


These colourful leggings will ensure that you stand out for all the right reasons. And you’ll never have to worrying about finding a top to co-ordinate – just pick your favourite colour! (Marks and Spencer, £22.50)

With bright, on-trend shades and Dri-FIT technology, you'll be sure to look the part in this zip-up training top. The elasticated cuffs lock in heat and feature thumbholes for a snug and secure fit too. (John Lewis, £50)

This lightweight bra has flexible wire and a special cup frame support for bounce reduction. Meanwhile, the padded straps and smoothing cups with breathable mesh panels and performance fabrics help keep you dry. Practical AND pretty! (Marks and Spencer, £18)

These durable trainers provide superb cushioning with rearfoot GEL that absorbs shock and protects the foot. A great running shoe for fitness fanatics to add to their footwear collection. (John Lewis, £65)

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Georgia Hathaway

Georgia is a Cardiff University trained journalist with a penchant for clothes, green tea, eating out and dogs. Her own bichon frise is named Coco Belle Madmoiselle - inspired by Coco Chanel, naturally.

Georgia has a passion for the media industry and has worked at Cosmopolitan, Heat, Company magazines, London Fashion Week as well as local titles such as WM magazine and the Western Mail.

Her style icons include Blake Lively and Cara Delevingne and Georgia’s ambition to get Blake-esque hair and Cara style eyebrows continues.

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