Our athleisure tops article from the winter was so popular, we decided to do a spring refresh—lighter-weight options just in time for the warmer months.
We love that sweats have come a long way from the bulky, shapeless, drab offerings of yesteryear. So for the upcoming season, we’ve sifted through what’s new and picked the best athletic tops that fit and flatter your shape and keep you polished.
Need extra length? We’ve got you covered. Have a postpartum belly you’d like to cover? We’re here for you. Are you petite? No prob.
If you’re still wearing what’s ill-fitting and unflattering or, worse yet, you’re still cocooned in your husband’s cast-offs(!), it’s time to buy yourself something that’s so chic you’ll barely want to take it off.
Nothing beats a pullover style for ease. We optimized for clean lines, body-thoughtful styles (like zippers on the sides for midsection wiggle room), and design details to elevate a more casual look.
Quilting is a classic (umm hello Chanel!), and if we know one thing about this community it’s that classic design resonates. What do you get when you combine quilted detail with comfy sweat material? Perfection, that’s what. Whether you like super brights or soft neutrals, and whether you’re standard, petite, plus, or tall, we’ve got you covered.
Fun fact: A cardigan sweatshirt was one of the most popular items we’ve ever published in the Six to Sunday editorial, so we decided to lean into this look with a few more options to choose from. It’s both warm and airy, for those moments that call for temperature flexibility (internal or external!).
Lightweight, third pieces - we’re talking jackets and vests - offer lots of flexibility when it comes to adding or subtracting warmth, and also let you layer like a pro. Do you want a classic look with a twist? Check. Body-accommodating? Check. Wearable all season long? Check.
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