Sport this polo to practice your serve, tee up, or play a pick-up game of soccer. The technical fabric ensures you stay cool and dry, while the rolled-back shoulder seams allow for better range of motion. Dress it up for dinner with slim-fit black shorts and suede sneakers.
These athletic shorts have an anti-odor liner, so you can go from your cardio or HIIT class to a casual meal. After a workout, pair them with a basic white t-shirt under an open chambray button down.
This lightweight, moisture-wicking cycling jersey includes 30+ UPF, while strategically-placed gel strips keep it comfortably in place throughout your ride. Wear it to spin class or with swim trunks and pool slides for weekend excursions.
These bold shorts are made of ventilating mesh. Sport them for playing basketball or lifting, then add an oversized sweatshirt and high-top sneakers post-workout.
These French terry pants are a versatile piece for transitioning to fall. Throw them on with a tank top for summer commutes to the gym then add a cashmere sweater, bomber jacket, and loafers when the days start to cool off.
Virgil Abloh’s spring/summer collection for Louis Vuitton was Wizard of Oz–themed, and this bold windbreaker pays homage to the scene where Dorothy is lulled to sleep by poisonous poppies. Wear it on a drizzly run outside or pair with white shorts and sneakers for a polished-but-casual look.
Adorned with flowers and robots courtesy of Japanese illustrator Hajime Sorayama, these high-tops are a good gym-to-street option. The super flat sole makes them ideal for lifting weights, while the hip design means you could wear them to a casual business meeting.
Fashion designer and former basketball star Eric Emanuel partnered with adidas to release these rose-printed leather slides. Inspired by a Parisian hotel’s floral wallpaper, the pattern is a nod to Emanuel’s time spent touring as an athlete. Wear them in transit to the beach or with joggers and a linen top for a barbecue.