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Must-Have Workout Clothes to Take You Into Fall

Lululemon Light Speed Vest

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A multifunctional vest is an essential layering piece for gym-goers and runners alike because of its convenient storage potential (for phone, cards, keys, and snacks!) and layering capabilities. ($148; lululemon.com) (Before you hit the dressing room, read up on these 6 Tips for Trying on Workout Clothes.)

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Nicepipes Knee High Leg Warmers

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When it’s a little too chilly for 3/4-length tights but you still want to wear your favorite workout capris, try these compression legwarmers. They come in a variety of colors to coordinate with any design. Plus, you can wear them with shorts, since the compression element adds extra support for activities like running and cycling. ($42; nicepipesapparel.com)

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Asics Hooded Fleece Running Shrug

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Slip this shrug on over a tank or short-sleeved shirt for additional warmth during an outdoor workout or to-and-from the gym. ($58; kohls.com)

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Breathable Long Sleeve Shirt

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This long-sleeved top is super breathable to keep you cool even after you’re warmed up, and the tight-fitting silhouette is perfect for layering under a jacket later on in the season. ($80; lornajane.com) (Want a shirt that's a little more expressive? We have 22 Graphic Tees That Sum Up How We Feel About Working Out.)

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C9 Champion sweatpants

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There’s nothing worse than walking outside after an extra-sweaty studio class and freezing your buns off in wet clothes. Throw some cozy sweats over your leggings (or change into them completely) so you can stay comfy and warm. ($23; target.com)

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Sweaty Betty Anna Headband

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This headband can be worn to cover your ears for a little extra protection against fall winds on an outdoor run or bike ride, but it's unlined so you won’t get too hot. ($16; sweatybetty.com)

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Cropped Leggings

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If you’re a shorts-wearer for long runs, it might be time to switch to cropped leggings as temperatures cool down. These printed capris have all the features you love in running shorts, like a waist-pocket for essentials. ($64; athleta.com) (We can totally see these pants as part of The Go-To Gym Outfits of 10 Fitness Tastemakers.)

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Two-in-One Shorts and Pants

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Wearing running shorts over leggings provides extra coverage, and these are already paired for you! ($68; roxy.com)

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Ultracor Quick Dry Leggings

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Avoid drenched post-workout leggings with this pair, which is made out of super high-performance fabric that will wick moisture away and keep you dry. ($198; matchesfashion.com)

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Knee High Socks

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These fun, printed knee-high compression socks provide support, are extra comfy, and are also moisture-wicking. They’re great for indoor activities like CrossFit or getting a little extra warmth when running outside. ($36; stance.com) (Pair these socks up with one of The Best Sneakers to Crush Your Workout Routines.)

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