Do you ever wake up in the morning to workout only to find it pretty monotonous? Well, we think it’s time to take charge and bid goodbye to your boring exercise sessions with the latest fad, a wellness party. A fitness party is where you should be heading to so as to find the perfect reason to spice up your workout sesh by adding a fun element to it. And the best part is, you need not look further as Rakhee Mehta of MagicRise conceptualises morning wellness party concept across India. The idea is to help you enjoy your early morning routine through a series of fitness sessions ranging from Yoga, Zumba to Pilates, Bhangra.
Already excited and wondering when to attend one? The upcoming edition of MagicRise titled October Mischief Party is happening at Aer Bar & Lounge, Four Seasons Hotel, Worli, tomorrow. And obviously, every stylish person’s dilemma post buying the tickets would be ‘What do I wear?’ Fret not! WODROB is all about style (and we’ll be at the party too), and so we know how important it is to look effortlessly stylish no matter what the occasion. So, we decided to ask the experts for inputs on what to wear to a fitness party. We connected with fitness trainer Nyela Kapadia, who is also a licensed Bollywood workout expert, on her take on fashion in fitness, “I would team up a stylish pair of tracks with a T-back top and style it up a bit. Also, since it’s a party, one can totally wear makeup as it amps up a rather boring look. Remember to keep it hip and happening.”
Fitness trainer Mahesh Katta from Project Move, who specialises in teaching BollyBeats, said, “Put on some fun workout gear, which is comfortable and will instantly pump up your energy for the session. One can also accessorise with sweatbands and activity trackers. Show off your muscles with tank tops and sleeveless hoodies or your toned calves in a pair of shorts.”
With an array of workout and gym wear to choose from, WODROB’s stylists have curated two chic yet comfortable workout looks for both men and women. Check it out!
The looks in this article have been curated by Sheena Chandwani