How To Take Your Gym Look To The Office

One of our biggest morning workout gripes (you know, besides that 6:30 a.m. alarm) is that there's a truly annoying amount of pre-planning and packing to deal with. Between keeping our 9-to-5 wares wrinkle-free in our gym bag, not forgetting our jewelry and makeup, and fighting for mirror space to flat-iron our hair, staying motivated isn't easy. So to cut down on those oh-so-pesky details and make the dumbbells-to-desk switch a breeze, we're taking on transitional athletic attire with Infiniti.

Whether you're fresh from barre class or finishing up a private tennis lesson, we'll show you how to plan an office-friendly outfit around what you've worn to exercise (think: a dance unitard or sleek sneaks). All you need are a few key essentials to polish up each piece — along with some clever styling tricks — and your workout wares suddenly become one less item you need to worry about packing up. Run along, now.
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The workout: Ballet barre
The gear: A unitard bodysuit
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Switch this bodysuit into work mode by layering it under a patterned wrap dress, then add kitten-heel ankle booties and a pale-pink satchel. Keep your jewelry minimal, but chic, with spiky silver studs.
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The workout: Rowing
The gear: The high-performance top
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Make this sporty top office-appropriate with a pleated below-the-knee midi-skirt and polished loafers. A matching saddle bag brings out the shirt's vibrant red accents and Lolita shades make for a stylish commute.
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The workout: Cardio gym session
The gear: Cushiony sneakers
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Bring these sneakers to life with a pair of topaz trousers. A turtleneck sweater, oversized houndstooth coat, and structured leather backpack create a buttoned-up work look for a laid-back office environment.
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The workout: Spin class
The gear: Duffle bag
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Pull out colors from the duffle's camo print with a rusty scalloped skirt and army jacket. A striped tank and wooden-heeled booties offset the abstract camouflage splotches.
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The workout: Tennis game
The gear: Collared dress
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This is the ultimate quick change — and it's all about the details. Dainty silver earrings, metallic oxfords, and a python bag instantly dress up the casual tennis dress. Introduce color with a periwinkle duster and you're all set for a semi-casual Friday.