Athleta Girl Style: Back-to-School Fashion
Pencils and notebooks aren’t the only supplies needed for a new school year…
Tops and bottoms she can wear from class to practice and everything in between are at the top of this year’s shopping list. A few of our favorite Athleta girls showed off outfits that are the perfect fit for a successful and fun year!
Lucy will be the first one to class thanks to her Zip Line Tights. These fitted pants are streamlined for ready-set-go, and feature two pockets with zippers, so she can make sure her most important notes are snug and secure. Paired with the ever-so-soft cap sleeve Can’t Stop Tee, this year, she’ll be just that – unstoppable!
Georgia is already thinking about the history she’ll make in her Record Breaker Shorts. These lightweight, stretchy shorts are designed for running, which you can see Georgia is more than ready to do. Topped off with the Kickin’ It Hoodie, the roomy raglan sleeves and thumbholes to keep them in place ensure she’ll cross the finish line like a champion.
Greta pairs her Colorblock Chit Chat Tights with her Spacedye Hangout Hoodie so she’ll be more than ready to kick back after completing her reading assignment. Both pieces come in a splash of bright colors for mixing and matching that’ll take you all the way through fall.
Our Criss Cross My Heart Sweatshirt is so soft and comfortable, Phoebe will want to wear it every day (cross our hearts). Matched with the Colorblock Chit Chat Tight, this is an outfit that will keep up through play, workout and chillout. Thumbs up to that, for sure!
Hollis’s sneakers are laced, and she’s ready to sprint into the school year wearing her Scrapbook Be Bold Knicker and Shadow Stripe Chi Rules Tank. The performance-fitted tights come with stretch-to-fit mesh side pockets and a rear zip pocket, so she can carry everything she needs as she dashes through her day.
The Swing Tee will keep Adeline warm in the cooler morning hours, and it’s a great option for layering over a lighter top, in case the sun comes out later. Plus, it looks great with the Kickin’ It Shortie. The short has an adjustable drawstring waist to provide a custom fit, and two front pockets are key for stashing treasures (or lunch money)! Sixth grade, here she comes!