Is the athleisure trend dead? No, it's actually undergoing a resurgence

Tiered tulle dresses teamed with trainers and baseball caps. Photo: Instagram/Off-White

As more people return to the office, the days of working in track pants, T-shirts and house slippers may soon be a thing of the past, but that doesn’t mean that comfortable dressing should go out the window altogether.

While many offices have dress codes that employees need to strictly adhere to, plenty of work places have relaxed attire requirements and across the globe, comfortable dressing is more popular than ever.

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