Let Abercrombie & Fitch Step Up Your Athleisure Game

Photo: Zack Michael, courtesy of Abercrombie & Fitch.
In the past year, Abercrombie & Fitch has undergone some major changes. To get you up to speed, the retailer went through a total rebranding last year (which included shedding their historic logo in August). They've put an end to their basically vaguely naked models M.O., bid adieu to that headache-inducing smell, and introduced black clothing to their traditionally colorful inventory. To say the brand has made a few adjustments is...an understatement.

Most recently, Abercrombie gifted us with new additions to its athleisure line, which has us reaching for our wallets. But before you rule anything out, forget the prices of yesteryear and believe us when we say you can afford it. With prices set between $15 and $160, the follow-up collection features their signature heritage style and no two looks are alike. So if you're going for that Sunday brunch #ootd that hints at the possibility that you maybe went to the gym, but you probably didn't — revisit a classic and buy the $24 pleather baseball cap.
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Photo: Zack Michael, courtesy of Abercrombie & Fitch.
If you've ever strolled through the West Village, you know how perfect this look is for a morning coffee run.
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Photo: Zack Michael, courtesy of Abercrombie & Fitch.
For those days when you just can't (but you kind of can).
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