Trend Alert: Time Warped Workout Wear

January 30, 2007 by SheFindsColleen
shefinds | Style

What: ‘80s Sporty Chic

Why: She’s a maniac, maniac on the floor… If you missed the Jazzercise trend (and the accompanying stretchy neon workout gear) the first time around, get ready to feel the burn. ‘80s-inspired athletic wear is poised to make a Day-Glo resurgence. (Really, with the leggings-and-oversized-shirt trend in full force, didn’t you see this coming?) American Apparel, with its shiny leggings, fluorescent legwarmers — and metallic lame workout shorts on the way — has already fully embraced the trend, but fashion forecasters predict that the aerobics queen look will be, like, everywhere this spring. Like, totally awesome.

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