A little retro, a little trashy: sportswear is comfortable and you don’t have to think much about it. In the ideal case you take a complete combination of training jacket and trousers. No rarity here in the Ruhrpott. . . That a sports look can also be creative is shown here.
Sporty 90s look
Sportswear has become an integral part of every wardrobe. Sneakers, gym pants and training jackets have also established themselves among non-athletes. Even white sports socks can be seen everywhere again. I am not a big fan of the sporty uniform looks and find training trousers in the restaurant simply inappropriate. In order to create a cool sporty look anyway, I simply exaggerated the subject.
My look is well coordinated in terms of colour and uses elements that are currently mega hip. My sporty jacket is from Nike and seems to come straight from the 90s. The lightweight fabric won’t make you sweat when you’re doing sports or partying. I wear a casual T-shirt in yellow underneath. My short white trousers would be ideal for the tennis court. The length looks sexy. As an accessory I wear a blue waistbag over my chest. Of course, my white sneakers with white socks are also in tune with the look. The Yung-96 by adidas is inspired by the style of the 90s and fits perfectly to my look. Now only the sweatbands are missing . . .
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Photos by Simon Retzmann (Ragnarion Rabenjunge)