Sponsored by Zappos x Brooks Running
We all know this yogi is SUPER into leggings and active-wear, and can normally be found running around barefoot somewhere or doing yoga against a new backdrop. But what about when I'm not doing things for the gram? To be honest, I love playing with fashion and casual street style, and I get even more excited when my active wear and shoes can seamlessly go from one to the other. I was fortunate enough to get the opportunity to try Brooks Levitate (LE) Limited Edition running shoes, and apparel from Brooks to style for my day around, as well as a workout.
I chose to go for black leggings with mesh inserts. I like the details and functionality of mesh in my leggings; it keeps me from getting over heated. Whenever I wear leggings as pants outside of fitness classes, I prefer to wear a tunic length shirt. I like to play with proportions a bit by adding a shorter (regular length) jacket, finish with a light scarf for spring and some sunglasses, and I'm ready to go! In the pictures above, I was headed to dinner with my friend. I spent a good 45 minutes walking around on foot exploring the town of Benecia, California first, and these Levitate shoes were clutch. So comfortable and supportive!
Links to my leggings and shoes.
After dinner and some time to digest, I was able to quickly switch from street style to running style. All I had to do was change shirts, stretch and I was off for a sunset workout.
Links to purchase tank and sports bra.
I really love the ease and convenience of cute fitness clothes that dress up when I socialize, and then quickly switch into workout mode. I highly recommend these shoes from Zappos x Brooks as well. I was on my feet all day between exploring and running, and they were seriously super comfortable!
I'm Cheryl. I moved to California from Vermont in 2015, gave up the path I'd spent years planning for, and started down a road to a happier, more fulfilling life. Goodbye suits and courtrooms, hello bare feet and yoga mats. After a few years, a couple of cross country moves, and a broken heart, I know I don't have all the answers, but I'm slowly starting to get the hang of things. :) I'm just taking things one day at a time, trying to figure out how to live my best life and help others do the same.