I'm starting to think that our designers at JoyLab know me a little too well—to the point where I now anticipate each new collection launch like a bona fide holiday. Without fail, I add a handful of items to my closet that end up on heavy rotation from the gym to the farmers market to brunch and beyond because they kind of have that whole versatility thing on lock. It's something that has proved immensely useful during the summer months when all I want to do is wear stretchy, breathable clothing that also happens to be cute.
Case in point: JoyLab's latest collection features its usual fitness must-haves, but the three items I've been wearing most go well beyond the gym. Check them out below—and be sure to shop the rest of JoyLab's latest here.
Since I prefer to be comfortable at all times, I love workout tops that also pair beautifully with jeans—or better yet, are passable for a night out. This cropped tank is lightweight and so cute, and I've been wearing it just about everywhere this summer.
The first time I wore these pants, I immediately chatted a co-worker who works on JoyLab and told her I never wanted to wear anything else ever again. The genius part of this design is that they feature seams in the back that make them look tailored and elevated—meaning I can get away with wearing them with white boots or heels at the office (in fact, they've earned me mega compliments when I've done exactly that).
And aside from being a new staple for yoga, I have a feeling they're going to be my go-to "plane pants" too. (I'm also loving the rosy iteration shown on the previous slide.)
I typically like as little detail on my sports bras as possible, but this top is as comfortable as it is stylish. It's yet another example of a sports bra that I would wear directly from Pilates to a night out with friends (so long as I wasn't too sweaty, natch).
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