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There’s something I’ve always loved about activewear. It’s made for movement (obviously), made to be worn over and over in different climates — it’s made to be more durable, essentially. The activewear in my closet tends to stand the test of time (and repeated use) the best. But. Beyond the practicality of it all — the reason I’ve really loved activewear all these years? I can be comfortable in a sleek way. There’s something about the way it’s designed these days. It just plain ol’ looks cool.
Under Armour is reminding me exactly why I love activewear so dang much. The sleek, flattering lines, the versatility, the timeless yet contemporary feel — it’s all about not having to give up my comfort to feel put-together. Like is there really anything better than a comfortable, supportive sports bra that holds everything in, or a pair of leggings that feel secure enough to do all the activities in? I think not. The wheels are officially churning over here for which activewear necessities I
need want for fall — Under Armour nailed it.
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Under Armour Nails It: Cute Sweats, Hoodies & More In Chic Fall Colors
Besides the cool design and the intentional, practical details…that pricing can’t be beat. And the price after sale? A no-brainer. I found about thirty items I’m intrigued by, but narrowed it down to the top twelve I’m most tempted to add to my cart.
Other than the taupey-grays and olive greens, I’m really leaning into the different gray-blue colors Under Armour is offering — just the color addition I need for my fall outfits and winter wardrobe. P.S. I maybe mention the colors a bit much, but they’re that good. Consider this a neutral-lover dipping her toes into the world of “color.” Heh.
I am a jacket girl through and through. Every season I’m beyond excited to see what new style of coats are out there. But when the jacket is basically a teddy bear? Even better. I’ve had my eyes on the Under Armour Sherpa Full-Zip for awhile now. I love the sleek look of the all black with the black-and-white strings, but there’s a few small sizes left in the gorgeous clay color, too.
Of course, another cool jacket. (I cannot resist, guys). It’s like the 2023 version of a parachute jacket. This one’s more lightweight than the sherpa jacket above, so it could be good for the beginning of fall when the weather’s all over the place. Not a shocker here, but I love that olive green for fall. And the adjustable straps on both the sleeves and waist make it easy to get your preferred fit. I’d probably pull the bottom drawstring and cinch it near my waist for high-waisted pants.
A good sports bra is something I didn’t appreciate until I didn’t have a fitted one (in a desperate moment) and realized, hey, that would be ummm really useful for me. I love the way they look, but I get a little more practical about my sports bras. It has to be secure but not in a way that I feel like it’s so tight that I can’t breathe. This sports bra looks breathable with the U-neck shape and flexibility, but secure enough with the adjustable straps and elastic band.
At first I was purely into this sweatshirt because of that color.. I was off the blue-bandwagon for awhile, but Under Armour has such great blue shades that I’m now contemplating my entire wardrobe color story. As I checked the sweatshirt out more, I noticed all the seam details, the raw hem and waffled (denim-like) hoodie. Don’t miss on those little details. It makes activewear and lounge look more thoughtful.
I’ve always loved a graphic detail, but I actually appreciate it’s on the back of this crewneck, leaving the front simple. This is another example of the great color options Under Armour is carrying, too. There’s a lot of taupe, grayish colors that I can tell would easily mix in with my non-athletic clothing. Something about this shade is just chic. Another little detail I love — the drawstring waist. I so appreciate the ability to adjust my clothes to my body type.
Ahh I just love this tee. It’s super simple, but still interesting with the longer sleeves, cropped cut and stone color. Again, this is something I can see incorporating into my non-athletic outfits. A pair of jeans or cargos with cool sneakers, perhaps?
Here’s another pretty blue color I can’t stop thinking about. But beyond the color, the banded waist on these leggings looks super promising. Plus, the perforated details are a cute design choice that also makes these leggings more breathable. I also find seams on the front of leggings like this to be unexpectedly flattering for my short legs.
I mean, should I keep pointing out these colors? I can’t get over them. This post has become my entire color story for fall. It’s decided. But — back to the pants. I love a thicker band on my pants for the best comfortable fit. These joggers nailed that. And these particular joggers are good for the colder weather with the extra thick fabric layers.
Thank you, Under Armour, for not only giving us joggers with pockets, but zip-able pockets. Keep those items secure while you workout! And again — those intentional seam details. They add a little somethin’ to the pants. And the color. Yup.
Okay, but I have to talk about the color with these. I mean, come ON. Never thought I’d love a pair of leggings with a little shine, but I’m loving it. And another little slide-pocket you can easily pop your phone in. YES.
This is the style of top that’s perfect for yoga-like workouts where you’ll be upside down in all types of positions. No show for anyone, today. Nope. It doesn’t look too tight, though and it comes with a built-in bra with removable padding.
“Stealth gray.” Yeah, I love. I know wide-legs are all the rage (and I’m raging about them, too) but I cannot deny how much I appreciate the look of joggers on my short frame. (Hence me having to include three different ones). These joggers in particular have that perfect thick band, drawstring tie, and a slimmer, sleeker fit than the other joggers. They *might* be my favorite of the bunch? Ugh, I can’t make that decision right now.