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3 WAYS TO WEAR COMFY GLAM

May 7, 2019

There was a time when wearing sweatpants or leggings meant you were either a couch potato or a fitness fanatic — but not anymore. These days, comfy fits and materials can be just as glam as a pair of skintight jeans or a sequin dress. And naturally, we are 100% here for anything that combines looking on-point with feeling good (aka being able to move freely and eat as much pasta as possible). Here are three 'fits that do just that...
A model in gray leggings and reflective coat | ASOS Style Feed

A model in gray co-ords | ASOS Style Feed

Double act

Call it the Kardashian/Yeezy effect: sporty legging co-ords that feel like a second skin are everywhere for SS19. This one's got some sweet details — the top half has subtle reflective trims, while the shorts feature a sleek mesh side-panel. Wear with neon heels for going out-out, or some chunky sneakers for a more casual affair.
A model in a green dress and brown coat | ASOS Style Feed

A model in snakeskin boots | ASOS Style Feed

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Jersey Girl

The words "comfy" and "dress" don't always go together, but they do in the case of a versatile jersey fabric. This number is an easy AF option that requires zero effort but results in maximum impact. Tap into the safari trend via neutral shades and animal print add-ons.
A model in a neon green tracksuit | ASOS Style Feed

A model in a neon green tracksuit | ASOS Style Feed

Tracksuit stars

Our dreams came true when the tracksuit returned from the '90s as an acceptable daywear option. The cropped beauty above comes in a kermit highlighter green shade and also includes some reflective detailing, just in case you’re afraid of getting lost at a festival or on a shopping trip with your friends. Polished hair and makeup will ensure this one stays in Instaglam territory.  

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