We’re Obsessed With These Inclusive, Spring-Ready Outfits

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Spring gives you so many opportunities to flex your inner athlete — whatever that means to you. Perhaps you're the long-morning-walks-with-coffee-in-hand type or the post-work evening runner. Perhaps you're the weekend warrior who's on the hunt for the next best nature trail, or maybe you're just glad you can open your window to let some fresh air in for your at-home yoga practice. No matter how you celebrate the start of the new season, be sure you do so comfortably and confidently.

Whatever your favorite spring activity might be, we're here to help make sure you're geared up with the best outfit for the job. We've curated the perfect look to keep you moving and active all spring long. Best part? All these looks are inclusive of size, fitness level, and activity preference.

For Park Walks or Biking
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For Park Walks or Biking

If you're the type who loves casual park walks, bike trails, and just general outdoor activities, you need an outfit that can do a little bit of everything. We love a stretchy, relaxed-fit jogger like the Brooklyn Textured Jogger ($98) to get the job done. Pair it with a light-and-breezy tank like this one ($69) that's both quick-drying and wrinkle resistant, so you can go from park trail to lunch date seamlessly. Lastly, top the look off with a totable sling like the Coffee Run Waterbottle Sling ($38) and a collapsible sun hat ($36) for added protection.

For Running or Circuit Training
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For Running or Circuit Training

Like to break a sweat? You need pieces that are ready to put the work in just like you are. Reach for a performance-ready short such as the Mesh Racer Run Textured Short ($20, originally $49). We love this running short for its fitted waist, reflective detailing, and size-inclusive range. Next up, toss on a chafe-free tank that will move and stretch with you all day. This one ($49) is oh-so breathable, featuring ventilation, so you stay dry and comfortable during your toughest workout. Toss on the run-ready Ultra Light Run Cap 3.0 ($30, originally $38) and polarized sunnies ($25) to keep guarded against harmful rays.

For Hiking
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For Hiking

If your activity of choice is more of the rough-and-tumble type such as hiking, nature trails, birdwatching, and such, make sure you have the gear to get you going. First things first: be prepared. Toss a zip-up, like the Pacifica Illume UPF Relaxed Jacket ($98), in your daypack to make sure you're ready for any surprises in the weather. We like this one for its hood, thumb holes, and breathable sun protection. (It has UPF 50+ built in.) Next, opt for a comfortable compression legging ($109) that won't slip or sag while you're moving. Depending on your trails, opt for a proper hiking boot and tall protective socks ($10, originally $16). Lastly, make sure you're never caught without water by carrying a hydration pack ($100).

For Barre, Pilates, Yoga, or Meditation
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For Barre, Pilates, Yoga, or Meditation

For the zen type who is looking for more ease and comfort with their movement, we've got you covered, too. A high-neck crop tank like this tie-dye number ($49) is the way to go. This one is made from recycled nylon and is seamless and chafe-free as well as sweat-wicking. Pair the work-ready tank with a more cozy bottom that's less constricting. We like the Salutation Cargo Jogger ($109) with its Powervita super-soft fabric. Complete the look with a matching headband ($14) to keep flyaways from breaking your concentration during your ohms. Want to take things a bit further? Try a wellness tracker like the Amazon Halo ($40, originally $100), which can track activity, sleep functions, and even offer guided meditations.