4 Athleisure Inspired Looks

A good friend texted me the other night asking for styling advice.

I’m no stylist, but from time to time when someone reaches out asking for outfit advice if I have the time I’m always happy to throw together a few looks that I would personally wear for the occasion. I’m actually pretty awful at looking at another person and making style suggestions for what they should wear. Anytime someone asks for tips, I just show them what I would wear and hope they like it too (ha!).

Anyway, here are a few outfits I threw together for her. She’s shooting a very specific video for her brand that will involve one look that is more athleisure yet professional and something she can move in. The other look is more athletic for the movement portion which involve more exercise clothes.

When shooting photos or video I always suggest wearing something a bit more fitted than you are probably comfortable with. The old saying “the camera adds ten pounds” is a little true. Even if it feels a little too “snug,” more fitted attire will always photograph better {I promise!}

Look One

Lunya Restore Pocket Legging ++ Everlane Sneakers ++ White Button Down (oversized) ++ J.Crew Open Front Sweater Blazer {my all time favorite every day cardigan in my closet. I have it in three colors}

Look Two

The Cropped Sweatpants in Varsity Grey ++ Black Tippi Sweater {another all time favorite} Order in Black or Navy  ++ White Button Down underneath {make sure bottom hangs out under sweater and roll sleeves over sweater sleeves ++ New Balance Sneakers

Look Three

Beyond Yoga Spacedye Legging in Eaden Green Heather++Matching Tank ++ Zip Up Hoodie in Oatmeal or Walnut {size up} }} or a Chambray Shirt layered

Look Four

Honestly anything and everything Tory Sport – – – Compression Pants {can be worn with that white button down and then a tank under} ++ Half Zip Pullover ++Matching Bra Underneath ++ ON Sneakers

I also love this Jenni Kayne Sweater as a throw on over anything athletic. Also, the Aritzia Women’s Workout selection has some excellent pieces.

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