Neon Nikes

My weekends tend to go a little something like this…

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Snooze, snooze, SoulCycle, brunch.

And lots of coffee! On a good day, that is.

Saturdays and Sundays — those days in which I can actually sleep in — I’m an aspirational exerciser. Meaning, I get my ass up to work out when I’m not too tired-slash-hungover to rise before noon. (My fitness-minded friends are somewhere shaking their fists, but hey — spontaneity trumps a sweat session.)

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Truthfully, my favorite thing about weekend exercise is that it justifies my diving into a plate of pancakes post-workout.

And, of course, it means I can walk around all day in a sporty, quilted jacket, leather-looking leggings and my neon Nike’s. What’s your weekend uniform look like?

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 *Wearing: Jessica’s quilted nylon jacket from C.Wonder, Express faux-leather leggings, Nike dunks (on sale!) c/o Lady FootLocker, 3.1 Phillip Lim medium-sized Pashli (also here) |*Beauty (my five-minute face): YSL Touche Eclat, Stila Stay All Day lipgloss in Fiery, NARS blush in Love Joy

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Photos taken by Jessica Sturdy (see how she styled her quilted jacket here)

 

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  • What a cute look! The sneakers match the jacket perfectly! And I love that you’re sporting a bright lip again! Gorgeous!

    Bold Subtlety

  • love those kicks, the look is so fun.

    xo
    http://pinksole.com

    • Thanks, girl! Footlocker actually has them on clearance… Just a head’s up!

  • Way to keep it casual and still look fly! 😉 Have a fab week girly!

    EatPrayWearLove

  • My weekend uniform consists of jeans, a tshirt/sweater, jacket, and sneakers. Every once in a blue moon if I want to be fancy I’ll wear ballet flats. Let’s be honest, that’s my “outside of my house” uniform. Inside my house I’m all about the running tights/yoga pants/ pj pants 24-7. Don’t mind if I do!

    http://jax-and-jewels.blogspot.com

  • Those Nikes are SUCH a win–my weekend uniforms look pretty much the same (except maybe a bit less cute!).

  • Love the bright kicks—perfectly comfy & fun for an easy weekend 🙂

    • I’m debating buying them in white, too! I’m surprised at how clean they stay. Wore them to a music festival (in grass) this summer and they’re still good as new!

  • Kassie

    Hi there! My weekend look is all about TEAM leggings for pants. I would love if you did a post about how you balance your life in NYC. It seems like all of these fashion bloggers in NYC are always getting drinks and eating out on very indulgent items will maintaining cute figures! I would love your take on balancing a social life and a healthful life. Also, completely different subject but any recommendations for the best pizza in NYC? I’m visiting in December 😀

  • Such a cute weekend look. Love it!

    Nikki
    thefashionablewife.com

  • And you will shake your fist at the “style” post I’m putting up right now 🙂

    • Hahahaha. Laughing out loud, here. Touche, girl – let’s put a shopping (Zara!) and SoulCycle on the books after Thanksgiving. It’s been too long and I can’t wait to hear about your job at TDB!

  • Jessica Kirby

    Well your weekend sounds quite similar to mine, minus of course the SoulCycle, I’m just too scared…I’d be that girl that passes out, loserrrrr. xx
    Jess
    PS You look adorbs in orange!
    Prosecco and Plaid

    • Stop. You’re coming with us next time! Spinning (in general) is a great easing exercise because you can make it as high-impact or as “easy” as you want since you control the torque (resistance). Think about it. 🙂

      And thank you! I’m glad to hear that because I wear these Dunks err’where. Ha.

  • Rachel

    Do these leggings fit true to size? Or did you have to size up/down?

    • True to Size – I’m wearing a medium! If you don’t want them as snug I’d suggest going up a size, but they do stretch.

  • those tennies!!!!!

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