4 It-Girl Outfits You Can Actually Afford

If there’s one thing celeb It Girls love to do (besides take to social media to share dope behind-the-scenes moments with their followers), it’s wear their gym gear IRL — as in, not actually to the gym. This shouldn't come as a surprise, considering that somewhere between 2014 and now, the lines between activewear, streetwear, and athleisure have blurred. This is thanks largely in part to fashion bloggers championing bodysuits, designers incorporating bomber jackets and track pants into their runway collections, and famous millennials like Kylie Jenner wearing their workout clothes for a sweat session one day and a red carpet appearance the next.
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Though Jenner's style zeroes in on workout staples and streetwear silhouettes, it can be hard to bring her level of finesse to the mash-up. So, to make it easy and prove that your go-to gym staples can look cool and sophisticated outside your cardio class, we turned to the latest PUMA drop at Dick's Sporting Goods (think running shorts, crop tops, and high-performance kicks) to create four on-trend outfits that you'll want to wear from boxing class to brunch — scratch that, probably just to brunch. Click ahead to check them out.
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Whether you're chilling on the couch all afternoon or meeting your BFFs for salad bowls, you want to be cozy but still turn heads. To achieve this, pair your baggy pants with a camo-print jacket, sleeveless hoodie, and some sporty accessories. You'll be pulled together, without looking like you're trying too hard.
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TBH, we can never have enough leggings. Take these must-haves up a notch this season and opt for a logo'd pair styled with cool-girl separates — like a frayed denim jacket, baby-pink sports bra, and platform sneakers. It's the perfect combo to take you from Pilates to gallery-hopping (with an #OOTD photo shoot in between).
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If you've got a serious day of errand-running on the agenda, it's crucial to keep your ensemble comfortable. Pile on a bodysuit, jogger shorts, and a lightweight windbreaker (just in case spring showers surprise you) — and don't forget the headphones. How else will you get your podcast game up to speed?
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Since the leggings and hoodie pairing can sometimes feel pretty plain, let that be an excuse to get creative with the rest of your outfit. Add eye-catching pieces like a graphic crop top, metallic shoes, and velvet baseball cap to show off your playful vibe.
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