‘Hit the Pavement’ in Monochrome with Running Bare

Black and white is and always will be classic - whether it be applied to fashion, film or art. Monochrome is the [default] way to go in my eyes. And Running Bare definitely agrees with their new Autumn/Winter 2015 collection, 'Hit The Pavement'.

Running Bare A:W15 - Hit The Pavement

Fit-wear. Workout wear. Sportswear. Activewear. Trackie-dacks ??

Whatever you want to call it; I think it’s safe to say that in 2015, it’s finally been accepted in the fashion world.

Simply put: Activewear is now fashionable.

A few years ago, we purchased activewear purely for its cool features and functions for making us run faster, work harder, jump higher, etc. And whilst all of those still apply; it’s more about the sexy factor theses days – Hello, midriff!

A brand that has taken the functionality, comfort, and cool designs and moulded them together is Running Bare.

Running Bare A:W15 - Monochrome

Running Bare‘s mission statement is ‘made for women, by women’, and that is clearly showcased in their newest designs! The latest collection, entitled “Hit The Pavement”, takes a womanly approach to luxe sportswear, mixing high-quality tech fabrics with stylish prints, and ultimately blurring the line between high fashion and workout wear.

“The collection is available in a variety of styles including full, half and three-quarter tights, crops with a range of support and either tight or runner style shorts. True to their reputation of producing quality active wear, Running Bare designers have selected speciality fabrics to cater to varying levels of movement and support.”

Running Bare‘s new Autumn/Winter 2015 collection is comfortable, cute and supportive.
What more could a girl ask for? 🙂