Olivia von Halle "Missy" cashmere tracksuit | Source: Courtesy

Luxury Loungewear: Five Luxe Tracksuits to Wear this Weekend

There’s no doubt that the tracksuit has come a long way since the early 80s and 2000s and it seems our obsession with the two-piece tracksuit is here to stay. Fashion has witnessed the rise and rise of athleisure in the past decade, but right now it’s the tracksuit enjoying the spotlight. After years of slick, skintight silhouettes, futuristic fabrics and cycling shorts dominating, sportswear is going back to its roots.

While Karl Lagerfeld referred to sweats as a sign of “defeat,” there is something about wearing a two-piece tonal set, that looks quite put-together. From Instagram fashion bloggers to Hollywood celebrities – it seems everyone has jumped onto this trend, and we don’t see things slowing down anytime soon.

Camilla & Marc

Australian designer Camilla and Marc’s activewear collection blends supreme comfort and style. With a combination of neutral hues, the Australian label has added a pop of colour to their latest collection of sweats and hoodies. Our pick? This emerald green Jordan Logo hoodie and pants. Perfect to throw on when heading down to the local park for a coffee and stroll.


With the launch of Gucci’s Ouverture Collection of Something That Never Ended— this tracksuit brings with it an expansion of possibilities for a stylish yet comfortable look. Wear as a set or pair the jacket individually with a midi A-line skirt, white cotton shirt and white sneakers for the ultimate comfortable yet stylish look.

Victoria Becham X Reebok

Another high-fashion designer who has found her footing with sportswear is Victoria Beckham, who has been designing collections in collaboration with Reebok for a few years now. The pieces are as slick as you would imagine, and actually come in at a very reasonable price point.

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vitton’s Vuittamins Prefall Collection is described as a mixture of “the greatest classics and a cosmopolitan spirit.” A vitamin collection that promises to blur aesthetic boundaries. Louis Vuitton’s Pre-Fall 2021 collection is between chic and casual, experimentation and respect of the tradition so admired by the followers of the French brand. With a combination of knee-high boots mixed with wide-leg pants, shorts and jackets in colourful tones, from electric green to bubblegum pink, and bags – in all shapes and colours – this is a collection devised to walk with a sense of confidence in the city. 

P.E. Nation

More about having fun with your sportswear? Australian label PE Nation brings the boldest and colourful prints and patterns into its collections. From fluro leggings and leopard-print running jackets to retro-inspired high-tech sports bras, jazz up your gymwear here.

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