What To Wear To A Workout Class

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Though bikini season is nearly over, that doesn’t mean it’s time to drop the ball on your fitness game. To rev up our workout plan for fall we enlisted one of LA’s hottest trainers, Simone De La Rue of Body by Simone, to put us through a post-summer boot camp—and do it in style with fashion-forward athletic wear from Carbon38. Here, three on-trend looks suited to your workout of choice—get ready to be the best dressed in class.

For A Dance-Cardio Workout

Opt for layers that can be removed as the intensity of the class builds. A draped, neoprene jacket can be worn open or closed with a sports bra or fitted tank underneath. Keep cool with a pair of drawstring bottoms—swap out your old running shorts in favor of a sleek, fashion-forward upgrade on the style.

Simone (left) shows Team Zoe staffer Kristi Mikesky her moves. Photos: Monti Smith

Sequence Versatility Bra

$125

Koral Activewear

Lucent Legging

$125

Koral Activewear

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Shorts

$85

Alala

Sophisticated Draped Jacket

$220

Alala

For Weight Work

For lower intensity weight work, a drapey t-shirt and leggings prove a comfortable and practical choice. Up the ante by matching your sports bra to your leggings—mesh detailing in your top will reveal a peek of your coordinated ensemble.

Colorblock Bralette

$88

Blue Life

Strappy High Waist Legging

$175

Blue Life

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Mesh Back Tee

$85

Alala

Cross Sports Bra

$128

Mara Hoffman

Cropped Legging

$158

Mara Hoffman

For Trampoline Exercise

When serious jumping is involved, it's necessary to keep all extremities close to the body and knees covered in case of any wipeouts. A spandex sports bra and high-rise, full-coverage leggings are a streamlined and pragmatic pairing.

Nordica Legging

$420

Lucas Hugh

Nordica Crop Top

$245

Lucas Hugh

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Captain Ankle Tight

$110

Alala

Snap Back Bra

$80

Alala