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How To: Gym To Brunch

How To: Gym To Brunch

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The health and fitness revolution is well and truly upon us. The green juice and the even greener salad has taken over our Instagram feeds. The New Balance sneaker has (almost) replaced Balmain as the most sought after footwear. It’s the coconut water, coconut oil, coconut milk, coconut yoghurt, coconut coffee, coconut everything. It’s the three-day benders that have been given up in place of three-day yoga retreats. In the midst of this fitness revolution most of us will do our darnedest to squeeze in a gym session at some point in our busy daily schedules. Sometimes this might mean giving up the luxury of heading home for a hot shower and instead moving straight on to our next appointment or (if we're lucky) to meet the girls for brunch.

Our secret? The Fifth Label basics. These simple staples are lightweight, breathable and totally multipurpose. Pair oversized tees with leggings and sneakers for work out comfort, plus total street style. Be noticed in Barre class with shorts in exclusive prints or old faithful stripes. Too cold? Throw on long length skirts over your teeny tiny bike shorts. Plus layer up with effortless grey marle jumpers or cover up completely in cosy, full length coats. Trust us- no one will ever know you've just been sweatin' it out.

Jeanne of @thegreylayers works grey marle in the 'Making Waves Jumper'.

Classic sneaker label Super GA feature The Fifth Label 'Sticks and Stones Print'.

Chloe Helen Miles of @chloehelenmiles goes for classic black.

Show off your Calvin Kleins like @sophiakovacic with classic stripes.

Kendall Sargeant @kndlsargeant styles down in easy all black.

 

The Grey Attic stays wrapped up in 'The City And Sound Coat'.

 

Shop the full The Fifth Label collection online now.

Words: Stephanie Dugan

 

 

 

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