One Piece Three Ways: Haraka

Three fitness junkies work with fitness apparel by Haraka

December 17, 2018

While trends fade, style remains eternal and one piece can be put together in many different ways. In this feature we have three fashionistas showing us how to put together an item from a designer’s collection, according to their own individual style and taste!

When it comes to active wear, comfort almost always outweighs style. Haraka offers the perfect balance of comfort and chic. We asked three talented crossfit girls to show us how to style Haraka’s signature bare necessities tights according to their own style and taste!

Khushbakht Zubair

Fitness trainer, Structure

I styled my pants with a tank top with mesh ventilation detail on the back. For someone who goes hard at the gym like me, the dri-fit material of the tights is perfect to keep the sweat away. Both my tank and pants have four-way stretch fabric which makes it easier to move and stretch. These pants are perfect for yoga and long hours of working out at the gym.

Ramla Baig

Lawyer, fitness professional and model

Finally I get to see both comfort and style in gym wear in Pakistan! I love how the designs haven’t compromised the softness of the fabric. I paired my tights with an asymmetrical cotton slant top for maximum comfort while stretching and working out. The soft fabric feels light on the skin and helps with a smooth workout experience.

Rutaba Yaqub

Vocalist at Roots

Being a working woman, I am always on the go. Working out is a part of my routine that I simply cannot imagine skipping. Because of my busy schedule I don’t have time to change outfits in the middle of the day and I can’t be bothered to carry a change of clothes all the time. Haraka’s tights make things so much easier for me. I wear them to work and pair them with a formal top and blazer as well as at the gym. I just slip into another shirt and I’m good.  I paired my pants with a Delt top as I believe it goes perfectly with my minimalist personality.


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