Style Spy: 6 Athleisure Essentials We're Loving This Winter
Most of us probably aren't attending the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics—but we *can* don sporty-chic apparel all month long!
You won’t look like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man in this sleek, lightweight coat. Also available in white.
Aspen Down Jacket • $248 at J.McLaughlin, 4001 Kennett Pike, Suite 136, Greenville, 654-2919 • jmclaughlin.com
GET A LEG UP
These are not the leggings you throw on for a hot yoga class or a late-night grocery run. These sporty yet sophisticated pants will look great with almost anything in your closet, including your favorite blazer, cardigan or tunic.
Scuba Leggings • $79 at Ann Taylor, Glen Eagle Square, Glen Mills, Pa., (610) 558-3660 • anntaylor.com
These choice Converse kicks will easily update any outfit, from everyday corduroys to your favorite maxi dress. Available in four colors.
Converse Pro Leather LP Sneaker • $79.95-$84.95 at Nordstrom, 100 Christiana Mall, Newark, 613-6000 • shop.nordstrom.com
Ski apparel maker Spyder continues its longstanding partnership with the United States Ski Team, which means even non-athletes can get their hands on some hip, Olympics-inspired apparel.
Rad Pad half-zip sweater • $249 at Carltons Men’s and Women’s Apparel, 31 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach, 227-7990 • carltonsapparel.com
It only takes one item, like a sleek pair of shades or a tricked-out watch, to modify your style. The goal is to look sporty-chic, not like you’re heading to the gym or out for a bike ride.
Electric Visual Knoxville XL sunglasses (various frame and lens options available); $120-$150 • Nixon Unit Watch; $125 at Switch Skate & Snow; 54 E. Main St., Newark, 738-7499 • switchskateandsnow.com