Good Sport

With the Baltimore Running Festival coming up, we've gathered some of our favorite fashionable activewear.

By Lauren Bell - October 2015

Good Sport

With the Baltimore Running Festival coming up, we've gathered some of our favorite fashionable activewear.

By Lauren Bell - October 2015


What gets you more motivated to go to the gym than cute new workout wear? Let’s face it, looking good goes hand in hand with feeling good. We’ve gathered some of our favorite fashionable activewear that will have you ready for athletics (or, if you prefer, “athleisure”) in no time.


“I Will What I Want” Under Armour tank ($29.99) at Charm City Run.



Nike cheetah-print shorts ($34) at Charm City Run.



Spiritual Gangster “Take Me To Nirvana” tank ($42) at M. Power.


Nike Air Zoom Pegasus sneakers ($110) at Charm City Run.



Under Armour “#iworkout” hair ties ($9.99) at Charm City Run.



Beyond Yoga banded white bralette ($65) at M. Power.


Teeki Clouds hot pants ($76) at M. Power.



Just Breathe billowing hoodie ($88) at Free People.



Under Armour pink tote ($29.99) at Princeton Sports.





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