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5 Activewear Looks To Cop From Celebrities like Katrina Kaif And Deepika Padukone

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Hasina Khatib

The journey to a healthier, fitter you begins not from the gym, but from your closet—research has proven that the right outfit can get you in the mood to work out. Simply the act of putting on workout gear can serve as motivation for the mind and 79 percent of the respondents in the study agreed that putting on workout clothes helped them get closer to their fitness goals.

Celebrities Workout Clothes & Activewear Looks

Those old sweatpants and yoga tee clearly won’t make the cut if you’re looking to get pumped about your next workout, so here’s all the celebrity inspiration you need to give your gym wardrobe a facelift.

Workout Dress

If you thought activewear was all racerback tees and tracksuits, allow Katrina Kaif to prove you wrong. A mini dress like hers is just as handy for outdoor workouts, especially when it is served in the mood-enhancing hues of yellow, pink and blue.

Bold Colours

Tired of seeing the name hues of black and grey everywhere you turn in the gym? Malaika Arora makes a strong case for opting for standout colours, like her co-ord set doused in a saturated hue that will help you drive the weekday blues away.

Quirky Co-ords

If you’re looking for something to boost your mood, whimsical prints can help get the job done. Just ask Deepika Padukone, who has extended her favour to a classic black set elevated with a graphic print for maximum impact.

Shorts, Reinvented

The discussion around gym shorts is a polarising one. While It-girls have been favouring biker shorts for a while now, the length often doesn’t make it a universally flattering choice. Take your cues instead from Shanaya Kapoor’s not-too-short, not-too-long shorts that will help you show off all those leg days you’ve been clocking in at the gym.

Floral Prints

Gymwear doesn’t often lend itself to feminine prints, but for those looking to add some flower power to their day, Ananya Panday’s co-ord set makes for excellent inspiration. Doused in the utilitarian hues of military green, the subtle print will help you make the look your own without standing out too much in a sea of blacks and muted colours.