6 Workout Pieces You Can Also Wear to Work (Seriously)
We’re talking next-level office-appropriate
Business casual? We can’t deal with you today. But we still have to show up to work, so we scouted six workout pieces that could easily double as office-appropriate attire. Here’s what to sport (yup, we went there) both on and off the track.
CASUAL AND BREATHABLE T-SHIRT
Just as chic over your favorite jeans as it is over a pair of leggings, Blue Life’s short-sleeve t-shirt is the perfect transitional piece. Plus, the loose fit and material (a blend of supima cotton and modal) mean it will breathe well during an after-work jog.
A WEARABLE THAT LOOKS LIKE JEWELRY
Sleek gold cuff meets…fitness tracker? Mira is pretty enough to wear out without looking like you’re always working out. #goals
A HOODIE THAT DOESN’T SCREAM TECH STARTUP
Leave it to Lululemon to make a next-level hoodie. This graphic French terry Scuba number reads more street-style than lazy startup. We’d wear it with black skinny jeans and studded booties.
A SUMMER DRESS MADE FOR THE COURTS
This adorable Beyond Yoga x Kate Spade New York tennis dress will have you looking chic during your evening doubles match. It even has built-in boy shorts for optimal functionality. Since it’s not quite fingertip-length, we’d recommend wearing it with a black blazer and white Supergas so it doesn’t look quite so mini.
SLOUCHY PANTS THAT AREN’T SLOPPY
Super light and soft, Onzie’s Gypsy pants look put together enough to pass at work and are perfect for those days when you’re feeling especially Zen--or when you ate too much pizza the night before and desperately need the breathing room.
A DUAL PURPOSE SNEAKER
Feast your eyes on these baby blues. New Balance’s classic 696 sneakers are cute enough to wear to the office and functional enough to take on a post-work waterfront walk. We’d wear ours with cropped white jeans and a striped tank.