The temperate has yet to drop here in Southern California and quite frankly I am sick of it. In an attempt to be optimistic, I’ve started to load up my fall fitness wardrobe with some cute warm-up gear to keep me warm when (not if) La-La Land gets the memo that it is actually fall.
I’ve noticed that when it comes to fitness apparel, women often to forget to update that part of their wardrobe when the seasons change. I do have a few clients that send me out pull athletic wear options for them while I am building their new fall wardrobe. Smart ladies! Seriously, there are some fun fall fashions out there in fitness land.
This season I could not resist these tights by Stella McCartney. OMG they are so good! I am seriously trying to figure out a way to wear them with real clothes. The stripes are giving me life and the comfort? Off the charts. What I love about great design is that it isn’t only beautiful but it’s smart too. Notice how the bold purple stripes act as slimming agents? Yep! For me they serve as style and as motivation during my workouts.
During the chillier months layering is crucial Underneath my stylish hoodie is a the long sleeve version of my favorite tee from adidas, The Ultimate Tee. Underneath that? My can’t-live-without-it Techfit Bra. I always like to workout with a couple of layers on, that was I can peel things off as my body heats up.
And finally the shoes. I am having a bit of a love affair with these white Boost 2.0 sneakers. The whole “no white shoes after Labor Day” rule is totally old-school and needs to be thrown right out the window. To me, a white athletic shoe for fall/winter couldn’t be fresher.
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