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Colorblocking is even cooler and unexpected with sports apparel, just take a look at this red and black combo the First Lady is wearing. Find a bold track jacket to play up a dark work-out look like hers.
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Work-out pieces don't necessarily have to scream "gym." If it looks great outside of gym, like this zip-up look Mrs. O's sporting, all the better.
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If there's one thing we learned from Olivia Pope and Michelle Obama in this look, is that white is one of the freshest colors to work-out in.
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Pair popping shades with neutrals for a boost of energy.
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All-black translates as chicn even through gym gear. When all else fails, pile all of the black pieces together in your closet for a fab look like the First Lady's.
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Get pumped up for your workout by sporting everyday colors that complement you. Mrs. O looks great in purple outside of the gym, so it's a no-brainer she would be lighting up the gym in this shade.
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Livelier colors are bound to make you more energetic for your work-out. The bolder, the better.
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As you clean your closet for spring, lighten up your work-out palette as well.
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Like Michelle Obama's jewel tone look, create your own colorblocking moment by mixing each piece in a different color.
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Pair your everyday T-shirts with your track pants to get the most out of your wardrobe.
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Casual outings to the park call for casual clothes and Chuck Taylors.
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A cute cap sleeved style from your closet sweetens up sporty track pants.
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Play with lengths for various activities. If you're bike riding like the First Lady is here, try knee shorts with a tank.
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