It’s officially fall, but it hardly feels like it here in San Francisco. Given the crazy heat wave, I’ve been able to continue rocking most of my summer workout gear. This week, my selections from Michi’s fall line arrived, and I’m in love with the latest color additions and styles.
Michi’s leggings are some of my all time favorites, and this year’s fall colors are a must have. I am a sucker for anything plum, so naturally I picked up another pair of one of my faves, the Hydra Crop in Plum/Black. My other pair of sneaks are Just Fab’s Zannia high top. Super comfortable, I have used them for private training sessions and of course all around town here in the city.
In this heat, I’ve been rocking cropped (by me) men’s Barry’s tanks while instructing at Barry’s, so naturally, I HAD to have the new Michi Garnet Crop Top (featured in Black). It wicks sweat like none other, and doesn’t ride up or get in the way when I’m moving around quickly in the studio.
I’ve also been on a kick mixing luxury brands with budget friendly brands, and recently got the chance to sample some items from Forever 21’s activewear line. The below crops are super flattering in terms of waistband and fit. I took a size XS, and fit is pretty true to size for Forever 21 items. The fabric is slightly on the thicker side, so they’ll be a great addition to my running wardrobe this winter.
I’ve also been experimenting with fancy footwear while teaching, and came across these beauties on Just Fab. The Moni wedge sneaker is SUPER comfortable and actually pretty easy to wear while teaching a strength training class! They have been on repeat for the past two weeks.
Bra: Michi Bionic Bra in Black
Foundation Primer: Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer
Foundation: Sephora Collection Perfection Mist Airbrush Foundation in Medium
Blush: Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush in Luminous Flush
Eyeshadow: c/o Chanel Travel Makeup Palette
Mascara: Dior Diorshow Black Out Mascara
Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Medium Ash Brown
Nails: Essie Polish in Stylenomics
Photography by Julia McBee of Whole30SF