The tracksuit bottom is making a comeback. No longer reserved for garage videos and nostalgic I-D spreads, good old trackie b’s are back with a vengeance. Seen in their splendour on the Spring/Summer catwalk at Chloe, creative director Claire Waight Keller channelled the 90s Classic by teaming her red trackies with a classic rib necked tracksuit top, in a matching hue with strip down the sides.
I’ve been wearing my Adidas trackies for months now, safe in the knowledge that they were quietly staging a comeback. There’s something so streamlined about them that makes so reassuring to wear, and they also mean that when you’re home after a hard day’s work, no downtime costume changes are needed.
And even though Claire Waight Keller’s were a triumph, racetrack tracksuit bottoms aren’t the only kind to see you in good stead for spring.
Opt for the always alluring jogger, the perfect Sunday strolling pant to pair with these white low-tops from Filling Pieces (£170).
Maison Margiela‘s luxe version of the nike classic are given some edge thanks to a dishevelled turned up hem; as are Vetements’ bottle green beauties; another brand that delivered a head to toe tracksuit look to perfection.
Elegant trackpants were offered up by the likes of Fendi and I’m sure Zara will be popping out a pair soon.
The array of options means that you can now justifiably wear tracksuit bottoms for every and any occasion.
Get the look:
Topshop, Contrast Piping Jogger, £30, Topshop
Fendi, Crepe de Chine Track Pants, £510, Net-a-Porter
Markus Lupfer, Wool & Cashmere Track Pants, £290, Net-a-Porter
Joseph, Glove Leather Lou Lou Trouser, £695, Joseph
Light before Dark, Raw Hem Jersey Culottes, £32, Urban Outfitters
Topshop, Tall Side Stripe Joggers, £28, Topshop
Urban Renewal, Vintage Surplus German Tracksuit Bottoms, £22, Urban Outfitters
MM6 Maison Margiela, Sweatpants, £154, Good Hood
Vetements, Cut off Cuffs Trackpants, £375, Matches