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Sweat in style: 5 fashionable fitness lines

Dec. 3, 2013 at 8:41 AM ET

Trying to overcome your Lululemon shopping addiction? (We hear ya.) If you're looking to branch out your fitness wardrobe, consider these equally cute lines for your winter workouts:

Body Rock
Body Rock

Body Rock Sport
Add some edge to your workout (without climbing a mountain) — this bright, fashion-forward collection features slashed leggings, moto jackets, faux-leather bras and floral / camo prints that would suit Rihanna at a "Thriller" flash mob. Sharp details include rose gold studs, sexy Y-straps and even mini pockets that make you contemplate whether you just might want to save these pieces for a night out.
$24-$110, Bodyrocksport.com

Nina B. Roze
Nina B. Roze

Nina B. Roze
Chic and sophisticated, Nina B. Roze feels like it might get a writeup in Gwyneth Paltrow's "Goop" newsletter soon. Stitch-detailed, breathable yoga pants and figure-flattering leggings accentuated with mesh panels actually suck in and lift more sagging body parts. Luxurious without trying too hard, this feminine line is more than just fit for a model’s wardrobe — the high-end fabrics soak up moisture and keep their fit well after many a run to the ice cream store.
$54-$99, www.ninabroze.com

Naked Sports Gear
Naked Sports Gear

Naked Sports Gear
Your workouts and your tanning efforts should be working together. Why let straps undo all that hard (SPF-covered) sunning? Naked Sports Gear created stretchy, moisture-wicking sports bras and tank tops that are tan-through, which means you can run — carefree. Comfy and with just the right amount of support, these sweetheart neckline styles come in various bright and tie-dye-esque prints that make you want to hit the beach sand running.
$42-$65, Nakedsportsgear.com

Fabletics
Fabletics

Fabletics
Represented by actress Kate Hudson, this new line of athletic apparel — ranging from yoga outfits to outdoor winter gear — is casually chic enough to wear from the gym to brunch. All items, including stretch pants and jackets, are under $100, and Fabletics' form-fitting, flattering cuts will quickly have you swapping it for your normal weekend attire. Our favorites include the zip-up windbreakers and the comfy, foldover sweatshirts.
$11.95 and up, Fabletics.com

Sweaty Betty
Sweaty Betty

Sweaty Betty
If you’re tired of channeling the marshmallow man during ski season, Sweaty Betty has you covered. The adorable yet functional line carries winter sports gear reminiscent of celebs at Sundance. From Bauhaus-inspired print leggings to pompom-sporting faux fur ski snoods, you’ll be gliding down the mountain in snuggly, stylish and fully put-together outfits.
$24-$100, Sweatybetty.com

Video: From the Shake Weight to the Thighmaster, many exercise devices have served as good material on late night television, but probably not as the most appropriate holiday gifts for relatives. NBC’s Willie Geist takes a look back at some of the well-known fitness products of the past.


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