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Street-to-Studio Style with Lucy Activewear

by Marissa on December 22, 2014

Street to Studio Style with Lucy Activewear

This post is sponsored by Lucy Activewear. All opinions are my own. 

To say this holiday season has been busy feels like an understatement. It has been completely crazy and I can’t believe Christmas is only a few days away!

Even though I have my own business, I keep regular business hours. With the days being shorter – and colder – I save most of my personal errands for weekends.

These days, a typical Saturday or Sunday consists of as many errands as I can pack into a day with a workout squeezed in before or after. That means, I’m usually found pounding the pavement in workout clothes, so of course they have to be stylish, comfortable and functional.

Street to Studio Style with Lucy Activewear

 

I fell in love with this 3-piece outfit from Lucy Activewear the moment I put it on.

Street to Studio Style with Lucy Activewear

 The New Perfect Core Legging has a high waist which gives the look of a sleek silhouette and the compression holds everything in place. 

 

Street to Studio Style with Lucy Activewear

 The Daily Practice Cami is super comfortable, moisture-wicking, perfect for layering and gives a nice pop of color even on dreary Winter days. 

Street to Studio Style with Lucy Activewear

The structured and stylish Breathe and Believe Jacket is easy to throw on after yoga or barre class and will transition easily into Spring. 

I’ve been gravitating toward this look because of how pulled together it makes me look with very little effort. 

What are your go-to street-to-studio pieces? 

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