Just in time for Valentine's Day!
Adidas by Stella McCartney Blue Essential Sweatpants
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Good news: Activewear is completely acceptable date attire. Online dating site and app Zoosk surveyed over 7,000 of their members and found out that wearing workout clothes on a date is the opposite of a faux pas: 69 percent of people said that they found workout clothes attractive and that they wouldn't judge a potential mate for wearing them on a date. Men especially like the athleisure trend, with 75 percent saying it was fine to wear activewear on a date, compared to 59 percent of women.
As far as specific items people were into, yoga pants won big. After that came anything spandex, tank tops, running shorts, sweatpants, basketball shorts (yup), and muscle tanks.
Long story short, these super-cute sweatpants paired with a striped tee and denim jacket are just as good as that bodycon dress in the back of your closet, so pick whatever you're more comfortable in. Our bet's on activewear. ($90; stellamccartney.com)
Photo: Stella McCartney
Ivy Park Crop Zip Through Hoodie
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Nike Pro Mesh-Paneled Dri Fit Leggings
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Sleek black leggings are always a safe bet since they go with everything. Plus, the stirrups on these ensure they tuck seamlessly into your footwear of choice for a streamlined look. ($100; net-a-porter.com)
Need more options? Here are more black leggings for gym-goers who just don't like colors.
Pepper & Mayne Deep V-Neck Compression Bodysuit
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Though bodysuits aren't mentioned in the research, spandex is. So we're going to go ahead and say anything stretchy, like this sleek V-neck bodysuit, is a go. We suggest pairing with a high-waisted skirt. ($71; matchesfashion.com)
Photo: Matches Fashion
Reebok Moire Muscle Tank
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Splendid Camouflage Stretch Jersey Track Pants
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H&M Sports Top With Sports Bra
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We/Me Exhale Color Block Leggings
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Puma En Pointe Savannah Half Zip Hoodie
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