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While there’s no denying that feeling of repping all-new designs by sportswear giants such as Nike and adidas, we can’t say a whole lot for the uniqueness of your ’fit. Fortunately, a selection of fashion visionaries have taken that timeless steeziness of the Nike “Swoosh” and adidas’ iconic stripes and applied them to bold new reworked sportswear designs.

Made by repurposing vintage pieces, these reconstructed garments have the ability both to add some retro ‘90s athletic flavor to your outfits while setting you apart from the streetwear-rocking masses.

And with sustainability at front of mind in the fashion world right now, there’s no better time to be looking to brands such as ALCH, who champion the creation of original garments by repurposing used materials.

Below, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite reworked sportswear pieces for women from brands killing this trend right now, including ALCH, Frankie Collective, and Concolour. Particular highlights here at Highsnobiety HQ include a reworked Nike cropped jumper, an adidas side bag made from a pair of old track pants, and a vintage blazer now sporting a head-turning Nike logo-printed translucent panel.

Scroll on to view more of our favorite reworked sportswear for women.

Reconstructed Nike Tool Belt



Reworked Nike Jumper



Reworked Nike Cropped Tank Top

Frankie Collective


Reworked Nike Backless Bodysuit

Frankie Collective


Reworked Adidas Set

Frankie Collective


Reworked Adidas Crop

Frankie Collective


Reworked Adidas Bag

Frankie Collective


Repurposed Nike Blazer With Clear Panel



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