Thinspsiration: Sportswear-Inspired Menswear

30 Mar

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Attempting to get myself completely back into workout mode with the new season change I’ve come to three realizations.

First, thank Skinny-Jesus for muscles memory because after those 100 lunges on each legs I did this a.m. I’m bound to suffer from a Charley horse tonight in my sleep.

Second, obviously it’s time for a new workout wardrobe because I was beyond overdressed for my morning run.

Third, legs was the wrong body part to target today after peeping the gunz on Rob Evans.

Per my usual pre/post workout ritual I skim my thinpsiration bookmark to either get my butt off the sofa or to reassure whatever strained body-part that the copious amount of pain isn’t going in vain. Today it’s was “Sportswear-Inspired Menswear” editorial shot and styled by Damian Foxe starring beefy model Rob Evans in a ode to boxing with sporty theme attire from this season menswear collections.

This spread is the combination of my two pleasures; fitness and fashion. Featuring almost every top ready-to-wear menswear designers whom collections I would have never thought to break a sweat in from Bally, Gucci, Junn. J to Rick Owens, Dolce & Gabbana and Salvatore Ferragamo. Never mind the cardio room flaunt worthy fashions, the best accessories of each look are Evans’ biceps. Arms is the last thing I remember to workout, because my arms is the only thing that I don’t have to obsess over. But as of now I’m totally booking me a ticket the gun show. Cut to me finding something else to anchor down my bookshelves as I put my dumbbells to their actual use.

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3 Responses to “Thinspsiration: Sportswear-Inspired Menswear”

  1. jimyescobedo April 1, 2014 at 12:40 pm #

    Genial !!! Me encanta

  2. Ped April 2, 2014 at 1:16 pm #

    Thanks for the blog!

  3. Askia Abdull Bryant May 31, 2014 at 1:40 am #

    Omg! Love love love! Such a fan of sporty shoots and also when they add in such high in pieces and make them wearable for Rt he untrained eye and I looooovvvveeee Rob

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