Get Sporty With Designer Tory Burch’s New Shop At NorthPark: Tory Sport

The popular Tory Burch brand recently brought its athleisure wear collection to Dallas. Tory Sport, the American fashion designer's performance activewear line, celebrates the elegance of sport and is inspired by the grace and strength of athletes. Burch is also one of the first fashion week names to "market with a fully fledged concept on how to take advantage of the growth within the athleisure wear sector." The collection was designed to be worn pre- and post-workout, so whether you're in a rush to hit the gym or an event after, Tory Sport is here to save the day! (Call it elegant sportswear, if you will.) The store, which opened this September, is the only Tory Sport in the state of Texas. 12987034_1012924735441911_5040159441656281110_n The collection debuted during New York Fashion Week in 2015, and many of us in Dallas admired from afar and at Now, Dallasites can stop by the newly opened storefront inside North Park on Level 1. Think of it as a modern take on vintage sportswear with a dash of nostalgia. Pieces range from fitted track jackets to chevron-stripped track pants to '70s inspired stripped accessories. P.S. There's even a sporty gym bag designed to fit tennis balls and rackets with chic symmetrical patterns.

You can shop from the following categories: Running, Tennis, Golf, Studio, Swim, and Coming & Going. The high-tech fabrics reflect a classic design paying homage to the 1970s era. Empowering the role that sports and physical activities play in the lives of women everywhere, Tory Sport aims at reflecting the beauty of an active lifestyle.

Point is, whether you're more of a track star, yoga-goer or tennis enthusiast, there's an outfit for every athlete within. You can expect more from Tory Sport and designers alike, such as Alexander Wang and Lululemon, as the athleisure trend continues to grow. Until then, grab your wallet, keys and tennis shoes, and sprint over to NorthPark Center before these pieces are gone!


Images Courtesy of NorthPark Center and the Tory Sport Facebook page.