Clothes that move with you­ — however you like to move. Photos Robin May

RobinMay_121211_0269Say goodbye to sloppy sweats and dull yoga pants. Activewear is still about function, but now it’s without the frump. Stores that carry “regular” clothes have hidden gems like an on trend jogging suit we snagged at Vanessa V. or a soft Michael Stars top from Brother’s.

RobinMay_121211_0327Georgia Rachal (1), an expert in the world of fitness who recently opened Mind Over Matter where she specializes in Pilates, dance and running, wears a jogging suit from Vanessa V. with contrasting orange accents. These distressed blue pants ($68) and jacket ($78) with colorful top ($35) are easy enough for your favorite yoga positions and cute enough for the rest of the day.
Over at Hemline, Hardtail shorts ($22) and top ($15) are absolute function. The way to stay hot while you sweat. Just ask the queen of doing just that — Dextria Sapp (2) — in her blue tank and black shorts.

For a day around town before you head to the gym, Lauren Graham (3) is cute and comfy in sweater Uggs ($170) from Shoe La La, leopard workout leggings ($42) from City Club at River Ranch and a Michael Stars black and grey top ($94) from Brother’s.

RobinMay_121211_0405Roxanne Graham (4) is ready to hit the slopes in Backpacker’s ski pants ($160), North Face boots ($90), Patagonia super soft top ($119) and white Helly Hansen jacket ($280). Swap the pants for some jeans, and you can do a casual day around town.

RobinMay_121211_0356And for the days when you’ll be working out and running around town, there are separates from Xtend Barre paired with sweater Uggs from Shoe La La. Katherin Deshotels (5) strikes a pose in a vibrant ruched top and functional leggings perfect for a killer session at the studio in River Ranch.

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