Ciara Gets Sporty in a Reflective Tracksuit, White High-Top Sneakers & a Brand New Backpack

Ciara looks sporty and breezy in her latest Instagram video post.

The “1,2 Step” singer posted a video yesterday of her holding backpacks from her newest business venture, Dare to Roam. For the ensemble, Ciara popped in a reflective blue tracksuit with a white top underneath.

When it came down to shoes, she broke out a pair of bright white high-top sneakers, which features a semi-thick sole.

Ciara is no stranger to sportswear, with some of her most worn brands being Nike, Adidas and Human Nation — which is her and her husband’s, Russell Wilson, line of clothing and sneakers. She also dabbles in styles from high-end brands like Prada, Gucci and Balmain.

Ciara’s essential style is fashion-forward and considerably edgy. The singer, dancer and mother of three has an Instagram feed that features her wearing silhouettes like peekaboo swimsuits, intricate suiting and structured dresses. She fancies a various range of designers that include David Koma, Bottega Veneta and Michael Costello.

The “Body Party” singer is familiar with the fashion industry as she has had campaigns and partnerships with brands like Kohl’s, Nike and Roberto Cavalli. The previously mentioned brand, All Human Nation, was created by a joint venture between her, Russell Wilson, and their mentor and friend, Christine Day. Ciara also collaborated with H&M to design her 2016 Met Gala gown.

Put on a pair of white high-top sneakers and add a sporty twist to the rest of your summer outfits, inspired by Ciara.

CREDIT: Adidas

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Alexander McQueen High-Top Court Leather Sneakers
CREDIT: Saks Fifth Avenue

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Vans Canvas Sk8-Hi

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Click through the gallery to see some of Ciara’s style evolution through the years. 

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