Vibrant Fitness Fashion for 2016

With the New Year upon us, we usually decide to set new fitness goals or at least vow to take a walk around the block more often, which means now is the perfect time to freshen up your workout gear. Suiting up with the proper garb is, some might say, just as important as meeting your fitness goals. But if you’re tired of the drab neutral garb in the typical solid black, gray, and white, then we have a pleasant surprise in store. Sometimes a little touch of vibrant color can help cheer you up and get you motivated to move, so we’ll be highlighting some colorful and functional fitness finds.


Support for an ample bust is something to take seriously, which is why investing in a quality sports bra is crucial. Remember to double check the impact level—low, medium, or high—based on your fitness routine and don’t be afraid to have a little fun in the color department, even if you don’t plan on showing it off at the gym. Woman Within recommends testing out the medium impact full coverage active bra pictured above. The vibrant fuchsia and gray is sure to put a smile on your face.


A comfy tee is a great addition to your workout wardrobe. Rather than opting for a baggy top that looks like you borrowed it from your significant other, try out a fitted shirt instead. Ultra soft and flexible, the multicolored knit tee pictured above is designed to stretch and move with you. The playful chevron print is a nice way to add variety to your workout wardrobe routine.


Perfect for chilly early morning jogs and for bundling up as you make your way from the car to the gym, the funnel neck knit tunic style pullover pictured above has got you covered. The comfy and stylish funnel neck design and built-in pockets will keep you warm, while the cut and beautiful magenta hue will keep you looking great.


Printed leggings are a must-have workout wardrobe staple and Marie Claire agrees that a patterned pair will have you looking hot while you’re getting your sweat on. The black printed leggings pictured above will give you the freedom to move during all of your activities. The painted abstract brush stroke print is a fresh take on solid neutrals and would look great paired with the aforementioned magenta pullover.SneakersCosmopolitan believes that a pretty pair of sneakers should be in every woman’s gym bag, because sometimes that extra boost to exercise just happens to come from admiring something beautiful on your feet. The Tory slip-on sneakers pictured above in magenta are a great example of a cheerful pair of kicks that will have you motivated to hit the pavement. Plus, they’ll keep your feet feeling comfortable all day long.

Now that you’ve seen our picks for new fitness gear in the New Year, we hope you’re feeling pumped and inspired to get a jumpstart on your goals. Sometimes when you’re becoming bored with the same old routine, something as simple as a few new pieces of colorful workout gear are all you need to find your motivation again.


As always thank you for reading, commenting, and liking!

With LOVE,


5 Comments Add yours

  1. iamserenel says:

    Love the colourful fitness choices, they bring life to working out!

    Serene | I Am Serene L

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    1. Dāsha says:

      IKR, sometimes the cute clothes are the only motivation I have to hit the gym.

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      1. iamserenel says:

        haha so true 😀

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  2. M.G. Guyton says:

    Love the funnel neck tunics in active wear and I desperately need a “pretty pair of sneakers.” 😄

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    1. Dāsha says:

      Funnel necks are so cute and practical this season! Nice kicks will definitely motivate you to move more.

      Liked by 1 person

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