Quick question: Have you downloaded Pokémon Go yet? If your answer is no, then quite honestly we don't believe you. But, if you have been hiding under a rock and you truly don't know what we're talking about then we'll explain: Pokémon Go is an app that allows you to capture Pokémon (yes, as in the same ones we used to talk about in the '90s). That's it, essentially, except for the fact that it creates an augmented reality for the user so you could be in your office, your neighbour's garden or at the supermarket and a Pokémon could be nearby.
Other than the fact that the whole of the world is obsessed with it (Angry Birds who?), it seems that you're more likely to capture more Pokémon the more steps that you take, which means it's doing wonders for our fitness, and our pacer app is also getting a good workout. But, as ever, we also want to consider our style here. Surely there's a good way to dress for this activity? Seeing as we know you're thinking the same thing, we've put together the ideal outfit for your Pokémon Go adventure. Gotta catch 'em all.
Keep scrolling for our perfect fashion-girl Pokémon Go outfit.
You'll need something to keep you warm on your mission, but it also has to be light enough for when you break a sweat.
Simplicity is key here. Nothing too fancy with too many pockets, just comfort and style.
In case you do bump into anyone you know and you don't want them to know what you're doing, opt for the athleisure trend.
Tired of your Stan Smiths? Try these instead.
Where else do you expect to store all your Pokemon? (JK, we know they're not real; we just love this bag).
You need these for when it gets a bit sunny (and for hiding your face when you don't want to see someone you know).
So there you have it, our guide to dressing appropriately for your Pokémon Go adventures. Just remember: If you bump into anyone who's intensely staring at their iPhone while walking in a strange direction then they're probably playing it too.
Want more athleisure ideas? Check out our guide to wearing the tracksuit, even to the office.
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