How to Wear Sports Luxe With Ivy Park

As the weather is getting cooler, it’s time to break into our winter wardrobe: jackets, trousers and practical footwear that can survive slushy leaves and greasy pavements. One trend that incorporates all of these elements is sports luxe – combining soft separates with easy-to-wear unisex pieces for a preppy-meets-comfortable winter look.

If you love the sports-luxe outfits flooding in from respective Fashion Weeks, but aren’t quite sure how to work it into your everyday wardrobe, The Hut  has called upon help from our new brand, Ivy Park, to help style the look. We take a look at how to introduce this versatile trend into all situations – ensuring you’ll be effortlessly fashionable all season long.


For The Office

The first rule of sports luxe is to keep a consistent colour palette: think monochrome, beige, blush – colours that don’t scream outrageous, and are easy to pair with others. For the office, monochrome or all black is the best choice – this offsets the casual silhouettes of the on-trend pieces –  and add heels or boots and a clutch to relaxed-fit trousers to keep it professional.


For A Night Out

It’s all about experimenting with shapes and detailing here: try different textures, like mesh, and team a boyish bomber jacket with edgy, denim jeans. Keep your look relaxed and juxtapose the casual vibe of your outfit with dramatic, look-at-me heels for a feminine twist on an androgynous trend.


For Running Errands

Limber up! Running errands can be a long a draining task – especially when you’re not comfortable. Getting in and out of the car, walking, shopping, hopping on buses – the list can seem endless. This activity calls for stretchy activewear and comfortable footwear; sneakers are a must. Keep your outfit understated with complimentary colours and breathable garments, creating a relaxed silhouette. Finish off with an oversized throw over jacket for those unexpected outbursts of rain you’re bound to get caught up in this season.

By Olivia Seed

Olivia Seed

Olivia Seed


A minimalist fashion fan with high interests in the odd print or check. Constantly trying to make my home look like a catalogue; you can find me shopping for cute bedding, candles and other Instagrammable interior accessories.