Sportswear doesn’t always have to break the bank. Yes, I do believe it is important to have lovely activewear that makes you feel confident while you’re working out, but you most certainly don’t need to spend hundreds of pounds – there are plenty of more affordable options out there.
Next* have some amazing own brand pieces of sportswear that are practical, stylish and simple. The T-shirt I’m wearing here for example is made from a soft, lightweight material that is super comfortable and loose fitting, making it perfect to wear to the gym. The shorts are in a classic black and white sports design with zip pockets, which are always handy for carrying your gym card.
I particularly love the rucksack, with the faux leather detail. I use this as a daytime rucksack too, but it makes a great gym back because of the bottom that zips open to reveal a separate compartment for your trainers (or sweaty gym clothes!).
Photography by Kyle Galvin
Adidas Originals Black Three Stripe Shorts£28.00 Shop Now
Adidas Originals EQT Racing Adv Trainers In White£100.00 Shop Now
APL Athletic Propulsion Labs – Techloom Pro Mesh Sneakers – White£130.00 Shop Now
Black Rucksack£25.00 Shop Now
Lightweight T-Shirt£7.00 Shop Now
Nike – Paneled Dri-fit Stretch T-shirt – Blue£60.00 Shop Now
Nike Flex Black 2 In 1 Training Short£34.00 Shop Now
Stella McCartney – Falabella Go Faux Leather-trimmed Velvet Backpack – Black£655.00 Shop Now
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