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athleisure

[ ath-lee-zher, ‐lezh-er ]

noun

  1. a style of clothing worn as athletic apparel but also suitable for casual, everyday wear:

    Athleisure looks great whether you're working out or just running errands.



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Word History and Origins

Origin of athleisure1

First recorded in 1975–80; ath(letics) ( def ) + leisure ( def )

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Example Sentences

Even as we head back outside and back to work, it’s always good to have a solid wardrobe of athleisure staples at your disposal.

For example, say an athleisure brand has just launched its first marketing campaign around a new shoe line.

From Digiday

What we’ve seen is that people are buying more stay-at-home fashion, a lot of athleisure.

From Time

Joining the group, is the athleisure label EleVen, spearheaded by tennis champion Venus Williams.

Comfort is being found in the form of sweatpants, athleisure, and Crocs.

From Quartz

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