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EXP CORE COLLECTION LEGGINGS
Who knew Express had a workout line? Ashley Greene, that’s who. She wears a pair of compression pants with a cool ink swirl pattern, combinining the rest of her look (white tank, black bra, sunnies and bag) and prompting us to step up our gym-wear game.
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HEIDI KLUM FOR NEW BALANCE
You swap out black and grays for cheerier colors in your day-to-day wardrobe this time of year, so why not do the same with your gym clothes? is spring-ready in a zip-up and floral leggings from her New Balance collection. (Psst, editors here own the shoes and love them – even with jeans and a tee.)
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SWEATY BETTY APPAREL
It’s not just the name that’s cute. Even though we’re looking forward to the days of going for a run outside in nothing but shorts and a tank, we have to admit cozy Optimal Training hoodie and racing-stripe leggings (which she wears on set) are pretty cute, too.
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BODYROCK SPORT MOTO LEGGINGS
Normally, buying pricey workout pants makes us feel guilty (like signing up for a gym membership then not going for two months – not that we know anything about that). But these, worn by Carmen Electra and , have faux leather panels, meaning we can (and do) sport them with boots and oversize sweaters, as well as fitness apparel.
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UNDER ARMOUR COLDGEAR TOP
A bunch of pro athletes (including Lindsay Vonn) – and editors here – rely on this collection to stay warm when it’s really freaking cold out. The pieces were inspired by the ceramic coating on military planes, and they help you retain body heat. Now you have no excuse not to go on that outdoor run in January (sorry).
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BODYROCK SPORT "VANESSA" JACKET
Yes, this was actually named after , who pairs the moto-style topper with many a workout ensemble. And like the brand’s celeb-loved leggings, it can pass for non-gym clothing. You know, in case you head out for a glass of wine with friends directly from Zumba. (That’s normal, right?)
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VIMMIA COMPRESSION PANTS
Compression apparel is one of the biggest trends in fitness apparel right now. The claim is that it fights muscle fatigue and improves circulation, and editors here recently got hooked on the fun printed pairs from this just-launched brand. Bonus: They’re warm yet thin enough to wear under jeans on really chilly days.