Cute Fitness Clothing Brands to Improve Your Workout

by Fit After Fifty
A woman outside stretching her triceps around Fall colored trees

Many of the fitness clothing brands popular today provide little in the way of real coverage and functionality, but don’t worry — you won’t have to pull out that old oversized t-shirt from the bottom of your dresser. Here are some cute fitness clothing brands that will help you get the job done.


Tek Gear: Tek Gear offers affordable and covering athletic tops in a variety of colors. Simple but cute, you can’t go wrong with something like their Hooded Cowlneck Tunic. Find Tek Gear clothing at your local Kohl’s.

Zella: Zella has a lot of cute loose-fitting options with high necklines, including tank tops with thick straps. We love the Zella Twisty Turn Tee, which has a flattering twist at the bottom that you can wear in the front or back.

Athleta: Athleta has all of your athletic top needs covered, from trendy but modest tank tops to stylish sweatshirts. For coverage that spans your arms, chest, and butt, check out their Nirvana Twist Front Sweatshirt.

Lululemon: While Lululemon has covering and trendy tank and short-sleeved options, their long-sleeved shirts are what we really love. Don their Melodic Movement Turtleneck before heading to your yoga class, or the Swiftly Tech Long Sleeve Crew for an evening run.


Lands’ End: Classy and active don’t generally go hand-in-hand, but Lands’ End somehow pulls off the combination with covering fitness pants of many styles. Their Woven Crop Pants provide a comfortable but cute look that would be equally at home on the trail or running errands.

Title Nine: If you like the feel of yoga pants but prefer a looser fit, Title Nine’s Not So Tight Fitness Pants may be the pants for you. These sleek mid-rise pants move as freely as your own flexibility allows, and even have a zipped pocket for your convenience.

Fabletics: Fabletics has a variety of styles of covering and fashionable fitness pants, so you can choose which best suits your activity of choice. We especially like their Venetia Jogger II, which lets you look “comfy without looking frumpy.”

L.L.Bean: Athletic skirts are popular right now, but they tend to be lacking in coverage. That’s not the case with the Pearl Izumi Escape Cycling Skirt from L.L.Bean, though: With two pieces, a longer length, and stretchy performance fabric, this skirt is both cute and completely functional. L.L.Bean also offers supportive active pants suitable for a wide range of exercises.

Sports Bras

Athleta: If you’re looking for a no-nonsense sports bra with a bold look, look no further than Athleta. These bras are designed for high-impact sports and come in a variety of cute styles, including racerback, zip front, contoured, cross back, and high-neck.

New Balance: Not all New Balance sports bras provide the coverage you want, but The Shockingly Unshocking Bra makes up for the rest. This bra gives you the flexibility needed for yoga and the stability needed for running, with a sleek back-to-basics look that shows you mean business.

Chantelle: Chantelle makes full-coverage sports bras for women of all cup (C to H) and band sizes (30 to 42). With low-, medium-, and high-impact options, as well as some options that have convertible straps, you’ll find a cute sports bra for any activity.

Wacoal: Wacoal products are also designed for bustier women, with sports bra cup sizes ranging from C to DDD. Their sports bras provide full coverage and support for both low- and high-impact activities, have thick straps for your comfort, and come in multiple cute colors.

Lululemon: Lululemon’s Enlite Bra is the ultimate sports bra when it comes to coverage, comfort, and sleek style. Whether you’re a B cup or an E cup, you can enjoy the softness and support that this bra provides. The Ta Ta Tamer III is another cute but covering option.

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