Whoever said style-savvy corporate workers wouldn't want to wear sweatpants to work? Better yet, who ever thought they could?
INNRSTYL, a Hong Kong-based fashion company, is rolling out everything from dress pants to shoes made of comfortable, high-performance fabrics. Partnering with companies with innovative design on their minds, the game-changing company makes sitting at a desk feel like a day on the couch.
INNRSTYL brings a chic, career-centric approach to what Huffington Post called "Athleisure".
The term was recently used by HuffPo to describe wearing comfortable fabrics for everything but working out.
With the softness of yoga gear, and the fit of high-fashion dress pants, INNRSTYL's flagship products are a timely cut above.
INNRSTYL now launches their Comfort Dress Pants for men named Stealth and the women's version aptly called Svelte.
Cesario Tam, co-founder and managing director at INNRSTYL said of the launch, "The consumers' comfort shouldn't be an afterthought when it comes to clothing design. INNRSTYL strives to be the hub for clothes with a comfortable, user-centered design for work and life."
To that end, INNRSTYL has partnered with like-minded companies.
Joining their ranks is The UT Lab. The UT Lab uses new-age materials like Dupont's Tyvek and Kevlar - the material used to make bullet-proof vests - to make shoes.
The Tyvek Light Wing Trainer is water-resistant, breathable, and feels like paper weighing in at 150 grams per shoe.
Other innovative partners include Ministry of Supply and Kore Essentials.
Ministry of Supply is a high tech company that brought space suit technology into their flagship dress shirt Apollo that can regulate body temperature and Kore Essentials literally removed all belt holes to create high-grade leather belt system that ensures a perfect fit every time.