Undercover workout clothes. Shhhh…
The mesh cutouts in this shirt are flattering and as an added bonus I could see Olivia Pope wearing this to go running.
The only thing I don’t like is the yellow detail at the bottom of the shirt. You win some, you lose some.
Until I see someone working out in a crop top, I’ll continue to be baffled by companies pushing crop tops as work out clothes. I mean, come on. If you wear a tank top underneath, then sure. For me, it’s just too much skin for the gym.
This tank top has an open back, which is great for showcasing back muscles a la Hilary Swank and a cool sports bra or bralette. I like the idea that you can change one piece, in this case a bra, and make the shirt suitable for different occasions.
Regular tank top in the front, turn around and it has a nice cut out in the back. It comes in four different colors and is perfect for wearing to the gym or to the bar.
By far the most unique workout jacket I’ve ever seen. The feminine detailing doesn’t make you think of activewear at all.
This shirt does have an activewear vibe to it but I like it because it can go from zero to anything but exercising in the time it takes to put your hair down. Worn with a skirt or jeans, no one would know it’s meant to be a workout shirt.
The little cut out on the back is a great detail. And it’s on sale right now!
These three shirts have all been featured in an earlier post but since getting so much positive feedback about them, I couldn’t leave them out of this post.
These are three of my favorite workout shirts that don’t look like workout clothes because of the detailing and the price. Sadly, I wasn’t able to snag of them myself so I can’t tell you how they hold up in the wash or after wearing them a few times.
This striped bra with the lace racerback is the perfect addition to your workout wardrobe and wardrobe in general. It can be worn dressed up with one of the shirts that have an open back to the gym or out for drinks. I’m all for wearing sports bras when I’m not playing sports.