Once upon a time, working out was just about working out, but as more women began joining gyms, the fashion industry took notice and started churning out fashionable fitness wear. If you’re the kind of sporty woman who loves to sweat, but who wants to look good doing it, check out these high fashion, high performance brands dedicated to bringing you the hottest looks in workout gear.
MPG is a brand of activewear designed to take men and women from the street to the gym and back again. Staying on-trend with fashion-forward styles like colorblocking and animal print, each piece looks phenomenal while still performing well during workouts. Try the Radiate tank with colorblocking details designed to make you look slimmer when you’re working out indoors, or don the Aquila long-sleeved top with “Baby Zebra” detailing when you’re heading outside.
Nancy Rose Performance
If you’re looking for workout gear with geniusly placed stripes, cutouts and rouching that are designed to fit and flatter, look no further than Nancy Rose Performance. Each piece features feminine details that will help you stand out at the gym without hindering your ability to break a sweat. Try the Strappy Back Tank when performing yoga or dance or pick up a pair of Stripe Mermaid Pants to wear as a staple piece of athletic wear during any active pursuit.
Women’s Adidas by Stella McCartney
When an athletic company teams up with a well-known designer to produce high-end athletic gear, you know the stuff is going to be good. Women’s Adidas by Stella McCartney features activewear designed for everything from golf and tennis to running and winter sports. For the average gym-going chica, the Run Snakeskin Print Tank looks and performs as well on the fitness floor as it does on the treadmill. If you’re taking your workout outside, try the Run Gloves – a fun pair of hand-wear that converts from mittens to fingerless gloves with a quick flip of fabric.
If you’re a woman who sees yourself as a shorts-and-a-t-shirt exerciser, you don’t have to settle for an oversized tee and ratty cotton shorts when you hit the gym. Check out Puma as a viable solution to the boring t-shirt. Puma’s Martha Cooper line of shirts feature famous black-and-white photographs on long, fitted tees. If photography isn’t your style, check out their Ferrari clothing instead. These simple tees are incredibly functional and will make you feel like a million bucks. You may also want to check out their Urban Mobility Sport Fashion line for layerable sweatshirts and jackets that will finish off your simple style