Runway Inspiration: Sporty Spring Style

The best thing about spring's sportswear trend is that you don't actually have to break a sweat to look spectacular wearing it.

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This spring, you may have more opportunities to bust out that windbreaker than just schlepping to the gym. Techie textures and fabrics were all over the runways, including this sleek black bodysuit from Ohne Titel.
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Elastic straps and pops of neon gave Altuzarra's warrior-woman spring collection an unmistakably sporty vibe.
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At Jil Sander, the clean, modern silhouettes were accented with colorful stripes and geometric details, like upside-down triangles on the pockets of this tank.
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Donatella Versace is an expert when it comes to combining classically sporty styles with directional details. This futuristic white mini-dress features bright red graphics along the skirt, calling to mind an ultra-stylish tennis match.
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Isabel Marant's signature understated style translated beautifully into this gray sweatshirt with contrasting black trim. Who knew terry could be so "haute"?
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Stella McCartney's spring collection featured heaps of floral mini-dresses interspersed with bold sporty styles like this classic yellow windbreaker.
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At Alexander Wang, a funky foil-effect fabric was used on everything from skirts and tops to shiny zip-up jackets.
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Yohji Yamamoto always whips up edgy athletic looks for Y-3. These contrasted black and white polos would be an easy choice with a pair of drapey harem trousers or a simple pair of jeans.
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Yigal Azrouel's bright neoprene booty shorts will feel pitch perfect with a blousey white top come summer.
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Proenza's eclectic spring collection included plenty of sporty accents, like the florescent yellow stripes on this knit black skirt.
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The best thing about this color-blocked VPL look is that you don't actually have to be a gym rat to look totally fabulous in it. Of course, it's guaranteed to turn a few heads should you actually wear it on a tread mill.
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Rag & Bone's unusual elastic harnesses are a fashion-forward take on a traditional sports bra. We're not sure about their sidewalk readiness, but that's not to say they wouldn't be spectacular layered over a simple cotton tee.
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Vena Cava's lounge-y layered looks felt young and fresh with pops of saturated color.
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For spring, Prabal Gurung showed a series of sporty color-blocked dresses in bright orange and blue. The look may not fly at your next pilates class, but it would definitely make sense with a bucket hat and sandals come summer.
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