The first few weeks of November have gone by in the blink of an eye and it seems like the temperatures drop a little more every day, so it’s time to start thinking about some warm layers to survive the chilly weather. Thankfully, there is an abundance of cute activewear pieces that are warm enough to take you from the studio to the cold, cold streets. We’ve gathered some of our favorite athleisure layers to take your look anywhere from your workout to happy hour, shopping, travel, or just to lounge in all weekend long.
1. Sophisticated and Chic
Adding an edgy moto-inspired black jacket to your workout wardrobe is probably our favorite way to amp up an outfit to the ultimate athleisure street style. This is the perfect ensemble for running errands, jetting off somewhere, or simply grabbing an extra-hot coffee. It’s sleek and fashion-forward while staying comfortable and relaxed at the same time.
2. Moisture-wicking Sweater
Throw on an athleisure sweater for a comfortable and warm layer if you’re heading out and about after your workout. The best part? No one will know you just came from the gym. This sweater is a technical, moisture-wicking top, which is really handy when you’re wanting to go out immediately following a workout. It adds another cozy texture to your outfit, too.
3. Bring on the Layers
For those extra cold days, bundle up with a trendy bomber jacket (seriously, this piece is everything), and a beanie to keep your ears warm. You could just as easily pair this jacket with jeans and slip-on sneakers for an easy way to change up your look. If you’re anything like us, the more looks we can get from one item, the better!
4. Zip it Up
If you’re digging the monochrome look as much as we are, play with mixing and matching different shades to add dimension to your look. A neutral zip-up hoodie can be paired with so many different pieces that we’re hard pressed to find a more versatile piece. An all-grey ensemble is not only easy, but it’s also an effortless athleisure look that will give off the just the right amount of edge.