Step into 2017 Looking Fit with Athletic Leisure Wear

Winter Styles Fit for Fitness


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Not quite ready to start on your fitness resolution? Look the part with function-meets-fashion “athleisure” wear.

1. Maria Shireen Classic Design Hair Tie Holding Bracelet, bittersweet.is, $45

2. Neutral Stripe Colorblock Pullover Sweater, gap.com, $54.95

3. True Black GapFit Blackout Technology gFast Shine-front High-rise Leggings, gap.com, $64.95

4. Black Tweed Lauren Beanie by Lizette®, athleta.com, $38

Lauren Bell Isaacs is the digital media specialist for Carolina Parent.

 

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