from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Sportswear.
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- n. casual clothing that is comfortable to wear when exercising or partaking in sport; sportswear
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. attire worn for sport or for casual wear
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Luckily, we have numerous options these days for exercise apparel, or what the retailers like to call activewear.
Full of bungy jumping and 'activewear' shops ", and" Honestly.
Leggings may well get a bad rap ... but those were the "activewear" pack-of-two styles of yesteryear.
The moment of clarity came to me when I was living in Sweden and serving as COO of a design-driven activewear brand Casal, following my time at Aronsson Group.
You quickly roll the gold and brown wrappers into a tight little wad and thrust it into the pocket of your new activewear.
In the 1930s, the hooded sweatshirt was popularized by activewear brand Champion, Mr. Cole said.
Sales of "activewear" to girls ages 13 to 17, including sweatpants and sweatshirts but not pajama pants, rose 21% last year over the prior year—much faster than the 7.8% rise of apparel sales overall to that shopper segment, according market-research firm NPD Group.
Maintaining buy ratings last year on lululemon athletica Inc., a maker of yoga-inspired activewear, and Deckers Outdoor Corp., the maker of Ugg footwear, helped catapult Mr. Tubin to the top of this category.
This evergreen activewear label is more than just a fashion phoenix reinventing itself during tough economic times, but also an innovator of sustainable fashion pieces that perform well technically and look street smart, too.
NBC's reality competition show "The Biggest Loser" is branching out into the activewear market with a new line of workout gear designed by Australian designer Bruno Schiavi