When choosing your next workout, a few thoughts may come to mind; how your body is feeling that day, what kind of results you’re after, or how much of a sweat you want to get in. If you’re anything like us, however, working out and workout attire go hand-in-hand. Some even say that motivation is sparked when wearing the best workout clothes fashion has to offer. That being said, the world of fitness may seem daunting with new fads popping up on the daily from cult favorites like bootcamps and spin classes to more boutique fitness classes like dance and barre.
But once you’ve decided on your workout du jour, the hard part is over; you’ve booked the class and now the fun part begins—getting dressed. There is no shortage of options either, from legacy brands like Nike and Adidas to more emerging activewear labels like Splits59 and The Upside.
For the trendy pilates class, pair a matching bra and bike shorts like this one from Tory Sport, and don’t forget your grip socks. Sweat-resistant fabrics and a coordinating headband are perfect for HIIT classes like spin and bootcamps when the heart is really pumping. Heading out for a run or a walk? A set from Splits59 is sure not to get in your way. When finding your zen at yoga, Alo Yoga’s soft bra and leggings are comfortable as they are non-constrictive, ideal for hitting those downward dogs and cobras. At the barre, choose a powder blue set by Live The Process and a pair of matching slouchy socks. Hit the courts in Sporty & Rich’s retro tennis attire and for après play, store your racket in a green and white checked tennis tote. Because we all need some fresh air, venture out into the great outdoors decked out in the latest gear from The North Face, a classic and a less assuming trailblazer like The Upside. And finally, after all of your hard work, rest and recover with the help of essential oils and a cozy set by Varley.
Whatever your workout of choice may be, here is Vogue’s guide of the best workout clothes to make sure that you always arrive in style.
Pilates is definitely having a moment right now, whether that’s on a megaformer, traditional Cadillac, or on the mat. Dress appropriately in a matching set by Tory Burch and make sure not to forget your grip socks like these from Pointe Studio.
When heading out for a run or a walk, a bra and bike shorts pairing is sure not to get in your way. While supportive sneakers like these from On Cloud offer both support and style.
When finding your zen at yoga, Alo Yoga’s soft bra and leggings are comfortable as they are non-constrictive, ideal for hitting those downward dogs and cobras.
Hit the courts in Sporty & Rich’s retro and for après play, store your racket in a green and white checked tennis tote.
Venture out into the great outdoors for some fresh air and a hike decked out in gear from The North Face, of course, and a less assuming trailblazer like The Upside.
After all of your hard work, rest and recover with the help of essential oils and a cozy set by Varley.