Trends: Peak Athleisure

by Catherine Trifiletti

The (athletic + leisure) trend has not only made wearing exercise gear outside of the gym normal, it has made it a lifestyle. These weekend-friendly stylings and accessories offer comfort and enable a quick transition from chill to active.


ONZIE High rise legging in leopard ($72);
ALEXANDER WANG Wash & Go Satin Jersey Biker Shorts ($190); **Athleisure might not have hit it big without biker shorts. Though the cropped legging style gets jazzed up on couture runways, our advice is to trade the heels for sneakers.
ONNIT Primal Kettle Bell ($84.95);
OUTDOOR VOICES Recreationalist hat ($25); Outdoor Voices, 3025 M St. NW
BARRY'S Fit laser cut tread bra ($66) and sprinter tight ($108); **The cult favorite exercise studio opened its second DMV location in Clarendon last month
ADIDAS X STELLA MCCARTNEY Lightweight run jacket ($200);
THINK ROLYN Wingman Bag ($168);
OZMO Active water bottle ($69); **Connect the bottle to an app that tracks hydration goals and reminds you to drink more
TORY SPORT French terry chevron hoodie ($168); Tory Burch, 1211 Wisconsin Ave. NW
ALALA Customize your tights with three panel options ($185);
SKIN HYDRATION Working up a sweat can take a toll on your skin, so don't hesitate to give your face the attention it deserves. For true indulgence, try The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown Spa's 50 minute Hydrafacial ($275) which gently cleans, resurfaces, exfoliates and hydrates. Short on time and cash? Dupont's new Silver Mirror Facial Bar offers a 30-minute facial membership for $64/month.
THE MIRROR $1,495 ($42/mo. subscription;) **This workout tool moonlights as unassuming decor, but with a monthly subscription offers a range of workout classes.


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