I'll be the first to admit that it takes me a while to get out of my sweaty workout clothes and into a hot shower - please don't tell my dermatologist. Probably not the best thing to do, but until I start forming good habits - c'est la vie! Instead this post is dedicated to all the ladies want to look put together for quick errands (i.e. brunch) after a workout sesh.
For the days I rather squeeze in a workout than no workout at all, my street style will most likely consist of my running sneakers, sportswear and a cute crop top or sweater. The crop top or sweater is essential as a cute coverup and helps disguise any sweat stains (if we're being honest). As for jewelry - I skip it. I don't work out with jewelry, never have, never will. But, I will wear a scarf after and before working out. I'm loving Tilo's ombre scarf, it's super soft and light so the likelihood of overheating while wearing is slim.
Now during the sweat session, I am pretty particular to what I'm wearing. I hate to chafe during a run, and the only way to avoid that is to pay attention to the fabrics. You want to make sure what you're wearing is moisture wicking, has stretch and support, and that the seams are flat and covered where it matters. The yoga pants (yes, if the pants are amazing I will wear them on a run) I'm wearing are from Balini Sportswear and has all that covered. Plus, they've designed their pants to flatter anyone's lower half.
Also, in case you haven't discovered - sweaty hair makes for a really good hair day. I might be the anomaly but at the same time I have thick curly hair - the dirtier the better.
Photos by Patrick Fahrner - if you love his photos check him out!
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