The Olympics are halfway over, but our excitement for the sports, the stars, and The Spice Girls hasn’t waned a bit. Plus, the games have given us an excuse to indulge in one of fall’s strongest trends: athletic-wear.
Mesh, perforations, racing stripes, and sporty cuts are taking the fashion’s top podium spot for once, and we’re dreaming up sophisticated ways to dress up our gymwear. Ahead, you’ll find products created specifically for the Olympics and others that just look like they were. Forget about a gold medal — we’ll take those golden platform boots instead, please.
Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer Bracelet, $125, available at Oak.
Opening Ceremony London Sweatshirt, $75, available at Opening Ceremony.
LeSportSac Voyager Backpack, $120, available at Bloomingdale’s.
Ancient Greek Sandals, $245, available at Net-a-Porter.
Helmut Lang Micro Modal Top, $115, available at Helmut Lang.
Haute Hippie American Flag Sweatshirt, $145, available at Haute Hippie.
Alexander Wang Mesh Pump, $485, available at Alexander Wang.
Equipment Coriander Shirt, $196.63, available at My Wardrobe.
Christian Louboutin Gold Ankle Boots, $1,095, available at My Theresa.
Jeffrey Campbell Alameda Neoprene Wedge Sandal, $130, available at Urban Outfitters.
Marni Contrast-Stripe Gabardine Pants, $550, available at Net-a-Porter.
J.W. Anderson Cage Skirt, $848.45, available at LN-CC.
Vivienne Westwood Olympic T-Shirt, $203.85, available at Harvey Nichols.
Tara Matthews Silk Shorts, $40.80, available at The Outnet.
Ralph Lauren Team USA London Jacket, $165, available at Ralph Lauren.
Topshop Pac-a-Parka, $70, available at Topshop.
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