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Street Art-Inspired Workout Gear to Amp Up Your Workout Wardrobe

Wear a Splash of Sen One

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Designer Rachel Roy collaborated with NYC graffiti artist Sen One on a limited edition 15-piece collection of classic athleisure staples, including statement bombers, printed leggings, casual tees and hoodies. ($80; macys.com)

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Take It from Street to Studio

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This Reebok X ELLE Yoga Legging is inspired by a design from renowned Brooklyn graffiti artist ELLE. Pair with a matching printed sports bra for the full look. ($65; reebok.com)

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Stash Your Stuff In Style

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This carry-all duffel is made with an exclusive print by graffiti artist Stash, who's previously worked with brands Reebok and Lafayette to create other art-inspired pieces. ($75; fabletics.com) (And check out these other trendy gym bags for the sweaty but stylish.)

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Power Your Arm Pump with Paint

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These graffiti-inspired arm warmers were made specifically for the NYC Marathon, because outdoor fitness isn't exclusive to the nature-filled countryside. Urban 'scapes are fair game too! ($15; asics.com)

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Wrap Up In Wacky Prints

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This graffiti-meets-comic bomber jacket—designed by London-based artist Malarko—adds a crazy pop of color to even the most basic workout outfit. ($180; bandier.com) (Not sure what to wear it with? Try these anything-but-basic black pieces.)

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Strut Your Street Style

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Each pair of these graffiti-style leggings are unique, just like a real piece of street art. Plus, the mesh panels add a sexy, tough-girl edge. ($156; vimmia.com)

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Pair for Fool-Proof Matching

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The best way to ensure an on-point ensemble when wearing bold graffiti prints? Opt for a co-ordinating set so you can't go wrong. (Sports bra $44; evolvefitwear.com; shorts, $36; emilyhsudesigns.com) (Try these other cute co-ords for ready-to-wear workout outfits.)

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Kick It In Style

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These doodled Nike Roshe One sneakers aren't technically made for performance, but they'll look good cushioning your feet post-workout or treking to a barefoot studio class. Bonus: You can also become the artist and customize them with Nike ID. ($85; nike.com)

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Get Your Graffiti-Fueled Om On

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When you don't want to wear the art, step onto this graffiti-patterned Om yoga mat. Note: This super bright mat probably fits better at hot yoga or power vinyasa than a zen, bhakti yoga class. ($85; spiritualrevolutionyoga.com) (We've got more printed yoga mats right this way.)

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Toughen Up Your Muscle Tee

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Even a muscle tee gets a tough-girl upgrade with graffiti-style brush strokes and loud lettering. ($30; reebok.com)

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Tone It Down a Tad

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Try a toned-down version of the street art trend with a graphic, paint-stroke pattern on a pair of track pants. ($55; adidas.com)

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