H&M Sport 2016 Collection Inspires a Healthy Lifestyle

Who said working out has to be boring? It was definitely not H&M, which is launching its new spring 2016 Sport collection in stores and online on January 7 … and there is nothing boring about it! Hey, don’t forget to head to H&M.com to get your favorites for the new season!

H&M Sport Spring 2016 Collection

With all the new hype of sportswear brands taking the fame and the fans, it’s time we give you what you really want! If you like to get out there and work your muscles out, if you’re not afraid to sweat and take your efforts a mile further every morning … oh, then you’ll love this collection.

It’s a decade of healthy lifestyle and looking after your body. You will naturally continue putting many things … many questionable things into your body, but the next day your body will be begging you to take a couple hours off and spend the time together.

Don’t worry, there’s a special detail to the H&M Sport spring 2016 collection that will wake you up in no time. Bright, flashy, vibrant, almost neon-like! Colors all around, and you’d better take that workout seriously, just like Betty Adewole does.

This fantastic model is starring in the Swedish brand’s new lookbook. Super short hair, athletic figure, and that look in her eyes! You just want to get for a round of jogging after watching the photos, I wonder what would you want to do after putting those leggings on. This English-Nigerian model looks like a real fighter, ready to cut a distance in miles and knock you down if you’re not being polite enough.

The spring collection includes running leggings, sports bras, tanks, wristbands, and more. The outfit is ideal both for a visit to the gym for a regular workout or a fresh morning mission into the nature. No matter if you’re getting a piece or the entire outfit, you’ll have that new H&M signature to wake you up.

The designs are very graphic and geometric, which will be very interesting to watch in the movement. They are like an architectural sketch, with confident lines and figures. There are a few metallic details that will shine bright under the early sunlight. Along with the diverse color palette of the leggings, black is a common color for the bras this year.

Although this is a fashion collection, its main aim is to provide the comfort and functionality for you to perform well, and look good doing it. So unless you’re actually working hard to put the outfit in use, it won’t do much as a fashion accessory in your wardrobe.

When you’re walking in a park one morning and see a jolting flash of vibrant color moving in the trees … it’s probably an H&M customer test driving the new outfit. Why don’t you try it too?

And if you need some more motivation to get out of the warm bed every day, just hang one of these posters in your room, and Betty will surely make you want to follow the movement.

Photos courtesy of H&M

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