Fit and Fashionable: How to look stylish while working out

In honor of my new tradition of Sunday afternoon yoga classes, this week I’m blogging about different outfit ideas for fashionable fitness wear. Whether you enjoy pounding the pavement on a run, stretching and meditating in yoga, or sweatin’ away in a step class, these outfit combos will keep you looking fresh and trendy even when you’re sweaty and tired!
Contemporary Yoga 

This trendy look will make you stand out in yoga class while also keeping you covered and comfy for working on your poses. Explosive, patterned leggings are the hot-ticket item in yoga right now, and these $75 Chandrasana pair are perfect and versatile – you don’t have to wear them only to yoga! They go great with a durable, classic sports bra from Nike and a loose, thin dreamweaver tank top that will keep you cool.
Stylish Sprinting

If running outdoors is more your style, Nike is your go-to source for stylish yet durable active wear. Bright neon running shorts and a zip-up, both from Nike, will keep you visible on streets and trails (always important for your safety!) and show off your bold style. Amp up your look even more with a pair of rainbow, neon running shoes from ASICS, which may sounds obnoxious but they are executed perfectly to just look trendy.
Fabulous for Fitness Class

To stand out and work your style in a group fitness class, start with a pair of trustworthy cropped leggings from Lululemon in a fun color like lime green, and add a hot pink sports bra from Casall. “Keep Calm and ______” shirts are so in right now, so what better way to show your fashion prowess at the gym than with a “Keep Calm and Work Out” racerback tank. A simple black pair of Nike workout shoes keep your feet supported and stylish.

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