The Workout Way: We won't say that colorblocking your bike gear helps the ride, but it certainly can't hurt. We love how these shades clash with each other and the printed shorts. A SPIbelt will help you carry your keys and cellphone, but it's so thin you'll hardly notice you're wearing it as the miles tick by.
The Brunch Switchup: Pair high-waist trousers with a low and chunky heel, a crossbody bag, and top it off with your pale-blue vest from earlier in the day. The best part of this look, however, is the Alexander Wang sports bra with a triangular shape that channels the ultimate '90s crop-top queen: Gwen Stefani.
The Workout Way: If your fitness fashion is neither extremely body-con nor completely baggy, but it feels like your sweatpants are weighing you down, this slightly slouchy style and bright, body-skimming tank might be just the upgrade you need.
The Brunch Switchup: A long, white vest can transform a basic tee and gym pants (although, you don't have to tell anyone that's what they are) into something seriously polished. A few statement accessories make this look feel special as you head out for your pal's annual, fancy-pants rooftop mimosa toast.
The Workout Way: So, your headstand could use a little work, and maybe you napped a bit too much during savasana — it's okay! If you're looking to step up your game, sartorially speaking, bring in a few clever details to your practice, such as a belted shirt, leggings with sheer panels, and sneakers (strictly for commuting, of course) that have a sophisticated splash of color. Plus, an art-deco printed mat might just motivate you for the next series of downward dogs.
The Brunch Switchup: Ditch most of the tight stuff and throw on a loose maxi when you head out for your favorite breakfast sandwich and a walk through the weekend flea. Keep the colorful sports bra, to peek out from under the slinky dress, as well as the sneakers. After all, you've got a lot of browsing to do.
The Workout Way: Standing out during a match (volleyball, tennis, your choice) is more about choosing bold colors or prints, and not about piling on accessories that can throw off your game. This lime match set (see what we did there?) will certainly do the trick.
The Brunch Switchup: Should your morning match carry over into a Bloody Mary outing, swap in walkable flats, a structured jacket, and an easy-to-tote backpack — no gym bags, please. Choose neutral-colored accessories in solids or subtle prints, so as to not compete with your already standout ensemble.