Khloé Kardashian Is Singlehandedly Bringing Back the ’00s Velour Tracksuit
Anyone who grew up in the early 2000s will undoubtedly remember the reign of the velour tracksuit. Thanks to Juicy Couture, even celebs such as Jennifer Lopez and Paris Hilton were ditching their glam threads for the comfy, on-the-go style. Though it’s since been replaced by more modern athleisure, such as yoga pants and leggings, Khloé Kardashian isn’t quite willing to let go of the OG two-piece.
The 33-year-old took to Instagram to show off her latest launch for her denim company, Good American, with a look that was very… familiar — but with a twist.
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You guys are going to love our new @goodamerican velour sweats and velvet bodysuits!! You can mix and match colors (I'm obsessed with the burgundy!!) or team a bodysuit with matching sweats for a super cute look. These are SO comfy for the holidays. Available now on GoodAmerican.com
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“You guys are going to love our new @goodamerican velour sweats and bodysuits!” she wrote. “You can mix and match colors (I’m obsessed with burgundy!!) or team a bodysuit with matching sweats for a super cute look. They are SO comfy for the holidays.”
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The softest, sexiest velour tracksuit you’ll ever wear! Look luxe and feel comfortable in our latest drop of GOOD SWEATS 💎💎Shop now on goodamerican.com #goodsquad #goodsweats @mingleesimmons @khloekardashian @darnellnicole @delilahbelle
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A quick peek at the Good American site reveals that not only has the reality star brought back the original 2000s style in all its glory with a full Velour Jumpsuit ($189), Velour Zip-Up ($159), and Twisted Seam ($149) or High-Waisted Pant, but she’s actually improved upon it, adding options for you to make the look your own.
TBH, we’re kind of digging this new-school spin on the old. Welcome back, old friend!
What do you think of a velour tracksuit comeback? Share with us @BritandCo.
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