Clothing - Sportswear
In this day and age, there is so much information out there on how to best take care of yourself.
One of my favorite ways that I care for my physical and mental health is to move and groove every day (or at least a few times a week).
Maybe nothing inspires me more than new products in the world of sports clothing to break a sweat… or start a trend.
Whether you prefer running, walking, lifting, or yoga, making time for some form of movement every day will be very beneficial to you in the long run (no pun intended).
One of the best parts about working out is looking cute while doing it. Not only do I want to be comfortable working out, but I can be comfortable and stylish too! There are many women’s sportswear clothing pieces for working out that are both cute and comfy.
Here are some pieces that get my heart pumping:
For women’s tops, you can wear nearly any of our best sellers to get the athleisure look. You can opt for a loose or fitted short-sleeve T-shirt, tank top (like a sleeveless crop top), or hoodie sweatshirt.
Polo shirts are worth owning, too, especially if you play tennis.
Sports bras are some of the comfiest and most high-accessibility pieces of activewear to wear alone or under a shirt because they offer support and can be worn as a base layer with any kind of bottom.
I love to match a low-back sports bra with basically any bike shorts, leggings, or joggers. For a fun spin on the classic sports bra, a strappy sports bra lets me remain my stylish self while pushing for my new personal best.
For cooler temperatures, you might want to wear something long-sleeved. Down vests and pullovers are always reliable, and some even have moisture-wicking properties.
A cropped pullover is the perfect piece to wear on a crisp fall day when you want to go for a run outside or if you want to head to the gym. In addition, tracksuits and long-sleeve t-shirts can help you stay warm when the weather turns colder.
On a similar note, something like a wrapped pullover would be a good layering piece to wear over a sports bra for a yoga session or light cardio workout. A wrapped pullover is like the baby of a luxury sweatshirt and long-sleeve T-shirt — I could not be more obsessed.
When working out, there are many options of bottoms to choose from. It all depends on your personal preference. You can wear running shorts, bike shorts, tights, sweatpants, leggings, or joggers for your workout. Pair your bottoms with athletic wear of your choice, and you have a complete outfit.
For a gentle workout like yoga, you may want to opt for slightly looser-fitting pants, which are comfortable and easy to move around in. Not only are pants like these perfect for yoga, but they make for great loungewear as well.
Shoes: New Styles To Try
Usually, some kind of sneaker or athletic shoe is the first choice when it comes to working out, whether cardio or weight-lifting. I want a shoe that offers support and will protect my foot from an accidental injury like dropping a weight, crushing my foot and my new pedicure.
For cardio especially, I always do my research and find a shoe that works best for me and meets my needs. Any new arrival in your shoe closet should be functional and look fantastic with an activewear outfit, like a full-zip hoodie and your favorite fleece shorts.
Ensembles That Work
There are many different ways for me to rep my personal style at the gym, track, or while shopping (shopping can def be a form of cardio!).
Fortunately, there are also many different pieces of sportswear out there, so we can always be in our groove while we’re on the move.