These tracksuits are far too good to be kept at home

With so many effortlessly stylish tracksuits out there, they’re far too good to only be worn indoors. Here’s our pick of the best.

Like it or not, Love Island is back for 2023. And new presenter Maya Jama has posted pictures of herself jetting off to South Africa ahead of the winter version (it starts 16 January, FYI). While the news of the cast being released is what everyone is talking about, we’re more interested in Maya Jama’s outfit. Sporting a grey tracksuit, we love how the presenter has teamed the oversized style with a retro T-shirt. And while we all know joggers and a hoodie is basically a long-haul flight essential, she’s not the only celebrity making a case for the tracksuit to be everyday attire. The likes of Bella and Gigi Hadid, Rihanna and Hailey Bieber have also been spotted numerous times in matchy loungewear sets. 

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Aside from the comfort factor, the best thing about a tracksuit – whether it’s a sweatshirt or hoodie with joggers – is the styling opportunities. Wear it as a set or break it up to wear as separates; you can keep them casual with trainers or dress them up with heels and tailored outerwear. 

No matter how you choose to style your tracksuit, there’s no doubt these co-ords are more than acceptable for out-of-the-house, too. Keep scrolling to shop our favourite styles from H&M+ to Sporty & Rich. 

Shop best tracksuits and loungewear sets

  • Free People Monterey set

    We’re imagining this simple, classic cream two-piece as a tonal outfit. Wear with other similar shades to get the vanilla girl aesthetic that’s key this season.

    Shop Free People Monterey set, £88BUY NOW

  • H&M+ oversized zip-through hoodie

    A simple hoodie is a wise investment for any wardrobe. It never fails to deliver an edge to a tailored coat when worn underneath, and when worn with smarter outerwear, you can easily get away with wearing the full set. 

    Shop H&M+ oversized zip-through hoodie, £19.99


  • H&M+ oversized joggers

    You could definitely style these timeless black joggers with an oversized shirt and team with heels for work. Yes, really!

    Shop H&M+ oversized joggers, £17.99


  • The White Company cashmere hoodie

    Thanks to the sleek fit, this cashmere hoodie could be layered seamlessly under an oversized blazer or coat. But you could always size up if you prefer a slouchier fit. 

    Shop The White Company cashmere hoodie, £98


  • The White Company cashmere joggers

    Warmth is of course key at this time of year, and you can’t beat cashmere. The cosy material always looks premium, so you can style these with anything from a roll-neck knit to trainers. 

    Shop The White Company cashmere joggers, £89


  • Sporty & Rich Frida embroidered cotton-velour sweatshirt

    Yes you’re seeing clearly – velour tracksuits are back! Instead of Y2K Paris Hilton crystal-adorned styles, though, let Sporty & Rich show you a refreshing update in chic burgundy. This one will look so good with a faux shearling jacket. 

    Shop Sporty & Rich Frida embroidered cotton-velour sweatshirt at Net-a-porter, £145


  • Sporty & Rich Brandie embroidered cotton-velour track pants

    But of course there are matching joggers to go with the sweatshirt. The straight-leg cropped style is ideal for styling with trainers, loafers or chunky boots. 

    Shop Sporty & Rich Brandie embroidered cotton-velour track pants at Net-a-Porter, £345


  • Olive & Frank heart embroidered sweatshirt

    If you want to add some fun into your loungewear collection then look to Olive & Frank. The embroidered heart styles come in a whole of colours to suit your styles in both a sweatshirt and hoodie. 

    Shop Olive & Frank heart embroidered sweatshirt, £55


  • Olive & Frank embroidered joggers

    Trust us, these fleece-lined joggers are the softest things you’ll ever put on. You could also war these with a white T-shirt and blazer. 

    Shop Olive & Frank embroidered joggers, £58


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