Unzipped: Jessie Randall

The things that get fashion designer and entrepreneur Jessie Randall to the gym.

Jessie Randall and her husband Brian founded Loeffler Randall in 2004 after realizing the market’s lack of understated, elegant, and effortless shoes. Randall’s unique personal style allowed for the brand to quickly earn a respected spot in both the fashion industry and the closets of fashion influencers who value craftsmanship and quality. Today, Randall manages to successfully run a brand that is carried in more than 250 retailers worldwide while keeping her body and mind fit. "I love spinning" says Randall. Her gym picks are a balance between chic and functional. Take a look inside her bag:

aesop sage & zinc facial hydrating cream, $40

“This doubles as a face moisturizer and light perfume. I love the texture and the smell.” 
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bella + canvas unisex sponge fleece raglan sweatshirt, prices vary

“This is the coziest, most lightweight sweatshirt.”
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bumble and bumble prêt-à-powder, $12

“This dry shampoo is a time saver. I can quickly get ready in the locker room without a hassle.”
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crayola crayons, $2

“Without fail I always have crayons or Legos on me to occupy my kids.”
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amazon kindle, $80

“I always want to have my Kindle handy so I can read whenever I have a free moment.”
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loeffler randall lulu mule, $350

“These cute pair of Loeffler Randall slides are my change to go out after class.”
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loeffler randall dome satchel, $525

“I adore this bag. It’s my new carry-everywhere bag.”

nike air huarache ultra, $115

“These are my workout shoes. I love that they slip on and off so quickly.”

outdoor voices warmup legging in graphite, $90

“These leggings are my go-to. They’re easy and chic, perfect for the gym.”
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sephora sparkle and shine dual boar hair brush, $15

“Key for getting ready in the locker room, this brush is perfect for getting out tangles.”
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