We all know that athleisure rules the style books at the gym and also gets top points as casual street wear without being inappropriate. But can you go one step further and wear your favorite women’s workout clothing to work? You sure can!
The line between exercise clothes and work clothes has become thinner and thinner over the last few years, as designers have stepped up their game to create apparel that’s both suitable for the gym and the board room. We’ve decided to share our favorite work-ready exercise clothes with you, in an attempt to help you make exercise clothes your new daily go-to.
Women’s Workout Clothing That Are Work-Ready
Palazzo Dress Pant Yoga Pants – $70.20
Palazzo Dress Pant Yoga Pants are form-fitting through the hip and full through the leg. They feature a wide waistband that sits slightly below the belly button. Perfect with a belted tunic top.
Destination Anywhere Tank – $59
We bet you can’t tell the difference between this tank and a regular faux-wrap front top.
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It is great for layering over a bra or tank, and also perfect under a ponte blazer for work.
Bamboo Dolman Dress – $98
This perfect warm-weather Athleta dress is made from soft, flowy workout-friendly fabric, while the pretty print and elegant cut make it look office-appropriate. Pop a white linen blazer over this dress and you’ll look stylishly put-together for work post workout.
Grey Dress Pant Yoga Pants – $78
They may look like dress pants but surprise — they’re actually yoga pants in disguise! Made of rayon, these pants allow you maximize comfort, but are also tailored in the style of dress pants, giving you the best of both worlds.
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5-Pocket Skinny Crop Jeans in Hunte – $128
If you work in a more casual office environment in which denim is considered appropriate or can easily wear a pair for casual Friday, these cropped jeggings are perfect. They’re designed as women’s workout clothing — after all, they are Spanx.
Structured Indigo Knit Jeggings – $50
Feel confident in these women’s workout clothing medium-control shaping jeggings that flattens tummy while smoothing hips to legs. Designed with back pockets and faux front pockets and fly, they look great paired with a hi-low hem tunic for work.
Relaxed Tunic – $118
[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Wear it to the gym with workout leggings or to work with ankle length dress pants, this Athleta tunic looks fab.[/perfectpullquote]
Drapey cupro twill fabric in a relaxed-fitting tunic with an adjustable drawcord waist makes this one versatile addition to your wardrobe.
More Women’s Workout Clothing
Everlast® Women’s Sleeveless Athletic Dress – $14.99
Take your workout dress to the office on Friday with this dress! The swingy trapeze design ensures you’re free to move in any direction. Pair it with an open cardigan and on-trend flat sandals for casual Fridays. Soft, stretch jersey knit fabric gives this dress the comfort you crave.
Fitness Fix Tank – $59
This tank is so graphic and detailed that you can’t tell it’s made for fitness from afar.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]This is a great tank top to use for layering as well. Add a cute blazer or sweater to add a touch of sophistication to this top.[/perfectpullquote]
Comfort First Blouse – $61.20
This bust-flattering surplice style blouse is made with ultra-comfy jersey fabric. Yes, this faux-tuck front is ideal to layer over your sports bra, as it comes with a rear-covering long back to ensure modesty when you’re walking to and fro from the yoga studio. But it also goes to work in style.
Who knew women’s workout clothing could be so diverse?
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