If you've ever hated how your fitness tracker looked with your favorite outfit, your sartorial troubles may be over. The newest crops of fitness trackers are made to be seen, whether you're wearing your most low-key workout outfit or tracking your steps while mingling at a cocktail party. First came the Tory Burch offerings from Fitbit, which turned your tracker into wear-with-anything jewelry. And now there's the Garmin vivofit2 ($130 without heart-rate monitor), which updates last year's vivofit model with the addition of audible alerts, an activity timer, and a backlight. But the big news for anyone who can't seem to match tracker with their sleekest Saturday night outfit? Band color options for the new vivofit2 include a rainbow of colors, Jonathan Adler-designed patterns, as well as metallic options in gold, rose gold, and silver, with details like leather straps and watch-like links to boot. If you sometimes want to ditch the sporty look but still want to track your stats, you'll definitely want to keep your eye out for these fashionable vivofit2 options, some available now and the rest available later this year. Just bought a first-generation vivofit? You're in luck — certain Jonathan Adler and metallic designs will soon be available for this older model as well.