Pinkathon is around the corner and while raising awareness about women’s health, especially breast cancer, we want you to look uber chic in your activewear. And where else to take inspiration from other than your favourite celebrities!
So, check out these looks from the fashion world and bring it on the track:
1. Malaika Arora:
While posing for the Reebok’s provoking Campaign ‘It’s Not A Man’s World’, Malaika Arora brought us a look for our activewear wardrobe. She can be seen wearing loose grey joggers with a white tank top and white high top sneakers of red lace. Malaika paired it up with a cross sling bag and oversized black shades. A comfy wear for you!
2. Shilpa Shetty:
Fitness icon and yoga queen Shilpa Shetty keeps giving us health tips through her Instagram feeds. An inspiration to all, Shilpa also helped us garner a look for you. With floral printed gym leggings and black sports bra, Shilpa is seen jumping into her daily routine with a twist. She paired up pink gym shoes and black and white gym gloves (which you can ditch) with her entire look and tied her hair in a sleek high ponytail.
3. Dutee Chand:
Take Pinkathon in all pink look. Record-breaking athlete of India, Dutee Chand gave us an all-pink look while posing in the store of Puma. She wore a full-sleeved baby pink Puma t-shirt with same coloured bottoms and baby pink tie-up sports shoes. Dutee wore a baseball cap front side back which you should definitely try.
A little note from us: Always wear a well-cushioned sweat-absorbing cap to keep your scalp free from dripping sweat.
4. Janhvi Kapoor:
Enjoying in the streets of New York, ‘Dhadak’ actress Janhvi Kapoor was seen in adorable attire which you can definitely don in Pinkathon. She was seen sporting a silver multi colour gradient cropped hoodie, black shorts with mesh detailing and a pink bralette. She paired it up with abstract printed sports shoes and a casual sling bag.
PS: Never compromise on a good supportive sports bra and always wear proper running shoes to save yourself from other health issues.
Now, Let’s Run!