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Athleta's racer-back tank in highlighter yellow ($49) is made of the moisture-wicking Meryl Skinlife fabric.
Prana's Quinn top ($55) in cherry is made of Veeda, a quick-dry, recycled polyester and spandex material.
Unit-Y's Be Nimble bra ($20) features a bright floral print and breezy cutaways.
Solow's ankle pants ($79) have cute keyhole details above the cuffs.
If you run in the same circles we do (even if you?re running circles around our circles), you?ve probably noticed a lot of exercise clothes have become, well, played out.
It?s not that your go-to black yoga pants from the same ubiquitous brand everybody else wears aren?t cute (although they are a tad see-through). But we could all likely benefit from diversifying our fitness gear, adding more breathable, brightly colored clothes as we do our thing this warm spring:
To the Top Whether you?re an actual yogi or just enjoy looking like one, we think you?ll be smitten with Prana?s Quinn sleeveless top ($55), a versatile cherry-colored Veeda (recycled polyester and spandex) piece that?s breathable and moisture wicking. Athleta?s neon-striped racer-back tank ($49) comes in a rainbow of colors and is made from porous Meryl Skinlife fabric. And we wouldn?t mind too terribly if the floral straps of the new Unit-Y Be Nimble bra ($20) came peeking out from under our running tank.
Bottoms Up For over-air-conditioned exercise venues (we?re looking at you, 24 Hour Fitness), these slimming Keyhole pants from Solow ($79) may be in order. The bright cobalt is nice, but the keyholes at the ankles make these pants airy and even more enticing. Asics?s Everysport II shorts ($36) in raspberry or lemon yellow have well-positioned mesh panels and a lining that?s 100 percent moisture-proof.
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