Time to make your joggers stand out and how!


Yes! You heard it right. Joggers are no longer limited to the comfort of your sofa. The sweatpants revolution has seen this lounge wear essential undergo the much needed transformation. They are more than just comfortable & easy. They’ve become a staple for people who know how to wear them right. Wearing a shirt with joggers is becoming a style statement these days & surely gives that edge to the one wearing them. As skinny jeans fatigue has set in with the fashion conscious people – and as celebrities have grown fonder of posting pictures of themselves in their “off-duty” clothes as they board private jets – joggers have been gaining their popularity. This season our style editors bring to you the top jogger styles from Mr Button.


The Delineate Jogger

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Choosing a patterned shirt will draw the attention to your upper half; distracting from the fact you’re wearing joggers. Try pairing it with moccasins’ & give a twist to your formals.


The Untraditional Jogger

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One more way to be the fashion slayer is to pair a long sleeved shirt with dark joggers and boat shoes. Then with the addition of a jacket or blazer, you can elevate your look from weekend casual to smart attire suitable for almost anything. In a casual situation, opt for a short sleeves shirt with plimsolls.


The Revolutionary Jogger

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A right tuck-in of your Polo T-Shirt along with a pair of leather sneakers will never let you go wrong with your new age office wear neither your casual outings.


The Magnum Opus Jogger

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There’s nothing wrong when you wear complementing color outfits both for your work wear and also for club outings. But, don’t forget to pair it with Chelsea flat boots.



Over the last few years, a revolution in men’s fashion has taken place. The incorporation of  a wider set of cultural references have opened new perspectives on male dressing. A mix-and-match styling approach blends contemporary casuals and formals to bring out a more relaxed way of dressing.



Words by

Shevali Singh

Menswear Designer at Mr Button