HOW TO INCORPORATE WORKOUT WARDROBE FROM WINTER TO SPRING

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Who said your workout wardrobe has to be boring?! We are seriously loving Melissa’s stylish gear, and she has great tips on transitioning them from winter to spring. You don’t need to go out and buy a whole new wardrobe for the new season! From warm layers to bright colors, you will be able to incorporate stylish pieces into your workout gear without a hassle. 2016 is a great year to keep up with your healthy New Year’s resolution, especially while you’re looking good doing it! Here’s what Melissa has to say:

As the new year is here, I am committed to making healthy decisions. I am so fired up about feeling my best and getting back into shape. Claire was born just eight weeks ago, and I am finally back into the groove of things. Feeling my best and exercising are some of my top priorities for 2016. Isn’t it amazing how much more productive you feel when you apply healthy changes to your lifestyle? I am currently on day 15 of eating healthy and working out. YAY! Not only do I feel better, but I have more energy too. 

As the weather gradually begins to warm up and a new season is soon upon us, I’ve made a point to buy key items that will transition perfectly into the spring season. Rest assured, there’s still plenty of time to stylishly incorporate your winter pieces while incorporating those bold spring colors into your outfits. Here’s how:

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Winter workout look: Add a little color with pink while keeping warm with a Gray Knit Hoodie JacketFuchsia Long-Sleeve Topblack leggings, and Reebok Shoes (the most comfortable shoes ever).

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Get the spring workout look: The perfect spring outfit with a bright-pink sweater to add a pop of color, aviator Sunglasses, black leggings,  Reebok Shoes (I repeat: the most comfortable shoes ever), and a Fuchsia Long-Sleeve Top.

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