Reaching your fitness goals and sticking with your resolutions may be as simple as investing in the right fitness fashion or athleisure brand. Looking good when you’re trying to make yourself look even better has a positive mental effect on your motivation. After all, if you love your fitness clothes, you are more likely to workout.
We’ve included 7 incredible companies on our list, some with proven track records and some up-and-comers. The criteria are based on functionality, durability, style, trendiness, fit, flattery and company profile. In short, if a brand made it to our list of top fitness fashions it’s an all-around quality product from an all-around quality company.
These fitness brands make clothing that’s built to last and made to wear in your everyday life. You can go seamlessly from a hike to the movies or from the gym to the grocery store. Not only will you feel sleek and supported while you work out but you’ll also feel confident and stylish.
1. ALO YOGA
A California-cool company that highlights neutral palettes and inventive cuts.
A gold-standard in basics and functionality for every activity. These clothes are built to last.
3. JOAH BROWN
Looking good has never felt so good! This company boasts impeccable fabrics.
A vibrant, colorful, printed selection of eclectic finds. These pieces make bold statements.
An eco-conscious activewear brand with unique (and wild!) prints.
6. BEYOND YOGA
A tried and true, consistently top-ranked brand for fitness fashion. Not just for yoga, these comfortable and fashionable pieces are certain to become your wardrobe staples.
On the cutting-edge of fitness fashion and luxury athleisure. Cashmere makes frequent appearances in this line. (Also, that jacket!)
Melody Rose Rowan is the Director of Content & Strategy for Blender Networks, Inc. When she’s not managing blogs for FitMinutes, The-E-Tailer, Cartageous, InStyleRooms, NurturedPaws & Shoelistic, she’s getting her fix of breakfast tacos and Topo Chicos in her hometown of Austin, TX with her husband and rescue dog, Jake, and attempting to keep up with her own blog, Mustache Melrose.