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Some people just aren't athletic and have a hard time pulling off sporty clothes. What they don't realize is the look is different from the lifestyle and you can have one and not the other, loose is the key to remember. Beauty tip starts now.
The sporty look is laid back and carefree, loose shirts, loose jeans and loose hair. The best sporty look start off with T-shirts that are loose fitting but still cute. Sporty T-shirts can also be found in college tees. Even the more closely fitting shirts look athletic and the graphics add a sports feel.
Now let's tackle the shoes. The sporty look encompasses your whole outfit, shoes included. Definitely go with flat shoes. Wear your hair either loose and down, or up and in a little ponytail. Make-up should be brownish, natural tones that don't over powder the face.
What I found is the key however for looking sporty is a confident attitude. If you feel self-conscious in your new look, you will seem out of place. It's as if the clothes are wearing you rather than you wearing the outfit.
Wear your clothes with confidence and have fun seeing the surprise looks when you say, why no, I actually don't play basketball. This has been another beauty tip brought to you by tips.net.