Fit Style – Gym to Glam

jogging pants

It’s 5pm, dinner plans await and you want to hit the gym before you nosh. If ‘dinner plans’ mean you’re going somewhere other than your home kitchen, you want to look put together after your sweat-sesh. It’s tough to look glam after the gym; even more daunting is packing post-workout clothes. Luckily, there are ways you can look great after sweating like a beast working up a glow, without employing Beyonce’s entourage. (I gave some tips last Fall that I still stand by.)

What else can you do to prep? Keep your clothes on. That’s right, provided you are not drenched in sweat, consider taking your ‘fit style’ to the streets by wearing your gym pants like these from Athleta with your everyday clothes. I threw on a classic button down shirt, statement necklace and heels.

As long as you keep your distance from friends, no one will know haven’t showered.  (Jk jk… you should at least rinse off. Be civilized, ladies.)

Come back Friday and Monday for parts II and III of my Fit Style series with Athleta!

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Wearing: J.Crew shirt  / c/o Athleta pants / c/o Stylebone necklace / Joe’s Jeans shoes (these are dope too) / Clare Viver cluch / Celine sunnies / LVX ‘Midori‘ & Deborah Lippman ‘Amazing Grace’ nails

 

 

  • http://honestlyb.com/ Brooke

    Great tips! Although after hot yoga there is NO way I can get around not showering! haha. I LOVE those pants—can’t believe they are workout pants!

  • http://www.katwalksf.com/ KatWalkSF

    Looking amazing lady! If I only actually worked out….but I can totally wear those killer pants to happy hour, right?

    XoXo,
    Kat
    http://www.katwalksf.com/

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  • Caity @ Moi Contre La Vie

    KILLING IT!! <3

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