Sports Luxe

This A/W16 trend season is all about keeping it comfortable and cool with a hint of edge

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In order for your A/W16 wardrobe to be fully complete, be sure to include a hint of the Sports Luxe trend that’s at the forefront of fashion this season.

Think satin bombers, boyfriend-fit hoodies and hi-top trainers to add a hint of glamour to your athletic look. The trend is known for being extremely versatile and wearable, creating signature looks with contrasting textures using lightweight fabrics. Items like these are easily transferable from casual daywear to a luxurious evening look if paired with barely-there heels and a grab-and-go clutch.

Some of our favourite Sports Luxe designs this season come from A Postcard From Brighton. Some of their statement pieces that have made it on to our ‘need to buy’ list include crew neck, floral bomber jackets, oversized layering hoodies that double as winter dresses and easy-breezy yoga vests. Polo Ralph Lauren and Emporio Armani are another two of our go-to designers for the ultimate in Sport Luxe designs.

Whether you’re looking for a sturdy-yet-fashion-forward crop top, a pair of sleek leggings or logo-clad sweat pants, psyche.co.uk has everything you need to be the leader in the Sports Luxe trend this A/W season.

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