We have officially entered the age of Athleisure clothing that’s not actually worn for sweaty workouts. Yes, women aren’t always buying these clothes with the intention of hitting the treadmill or yoga mat. They’re often wearing them because they’re comfortable, attractive and make them feel good about themselves. Sometimes cute new workout gears can be the deciding factor between spending the time with friends at a brunch and actually making it to the gym.
Traditionally, dressing for a rigorous sweat session means an oversize tee and slouchy sweats. But that doesn’t have to be the case. You can step up your style with breezy chic tanks, sleek embossed leggings, and mesh sports bras that are both sexy and supportive. The best part? They’re flattering as they are comfortable. Swap these pieces into your gym rotation stat for a put-together look that supports, skims your curves, and can take you from the gym to anywhere you need to go after. So scroll below to check out these chicest workout pieces to switch up your looks from gym to brunch.
Style your joggers like your regular trousers with a white tee and leather jacket
Opt for your gym leggings make the leg look leaner, while the mid-rise waist flattens the tummy.
A super chic sporty bra is comfy with its padded straps and moisture-wicking fabric, giving a cool- girl feel
Made with ultra-soft, breathable hoodie and printed leggings for a sweat session and can easily take you to lunch
Give your legs extra support with lightweight and flexible sneakers
Add a bit of sex appeal to your gear with this one inner vest that boasts smartly placed mesh inserts.
Pair your otherwise plain pair of shorts with a cool printed crop top or a solid tank and you’ve got yourself a winning look.
Opt for a short skirt with your simple gym tank for a simple brunch look
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