Wear Everywhere: Street Tights

Our love for Street Tights is undeniable. We’re wearing them everywhere. From more casual to pulled together, these styles go seamlessly from workout, to work, to errands, to dinner party.

We teamed up with LYCRA® brand to create one-of-a-kind Street Tights featuring LYCRA® SPORT technology. You can wear these versatile street tights anywhere, with just about anything, and feel comfortable while still looking fashionable.

Our new Fall styles will become your go-to when you’re on the go and too busy to figure out what to wear (but still want to look pulled together). Dressed up, dressed down and anything in between – see how these amazing women below created multiple looks out of just one pair of Street Tights.


Meet Sarah, a health and fitness blogger living in Boston, MA. When she’s not creating workout videos and healthy recipes for her followers, she stays active by chasing her 1.5 year old son Tommy around. See how she styled our Tux Metro Leggings for early morning workouts to out on the town.


Meet Janelle, the New York City blogger behind Wait, You Need This. She styled our Metro High Waisted Leggings in 3 different ways, from stylish on the go, to wear to work, to sporty.

MELANIE TORRES, @headstandsandheels

Meet Mel, a matcha latte loving yogi and young professional living in NYC. She is the creative force behind the yoga + lifestyle blog Headstands & Heels. She has both her weekends and weekday styles covered while wearing our Tux Metro leggings.

CHERALEE LYLE, @cheraleelyle

Meet Cheralee, the South African blogger behind Ascot Road (named after the street she grew up on). This fashionista knows that there are no days off in the city that never sleeps. For her on-the-go days, she wears her High Rise Metro Drifter Tights for everything from errands to travel to chilling at home.

JESSICA HUGHES, @happilyhughes

Meet Jessica, Atlanta blogger behind Happily Hughes, Mom of two and certified fitness professional. She loves to stay busy, and she need clothes that can keep up with her lifestyle. See how she styles our Metro High Waisted Leggings from yoga to brunch with the girls.

JULES HUNT, @omandthecity

Meet Jules, a certified yoga instructor, proud dog mama, and brains behind the yoga + lifestyle blog Om & The City. She takes in all that New York City has to offer – see how she wears her High Rise Metro Drifter Tights from morning yoga sessions, to afternoon bike rides, to lunch dates with friends, and snuggle time at home with her pup.

LAURYN HOCKS, @lauryncakes

Meet Lauryn, a twenty-something teacher, adventurer, wife and dog lover. She’s behind the blog Lauryncakes which strives to show people of all ages and sizes how to live and dress to show inner beauty. She’s all about versatility and loves to wear her clothes in many different settings to make her life easier. She how she styled our Stellar Tights for workouts, running errands, hang outs, and business events.

COURTNEY DANIELS, @courtneysfitlife_

Meet Courtney, a wife, mama, scientist, yoga instructor, and fitness lover. When she’s not busy doing research and development work in cancer genetics for a biotech company, she teaches yoga and posts to her blog, Courtney’s Fit Life. This self-proclaimed go-getter is on-the-go ALL the time – and she needs pieces that are versatile and simplify her life. See how she styled our Sueded Strut Tights, from gym to work and from errands to date night.

ASHLEY LEMIEUX, @theshineproject

Meet Ashley, an entrepreneur who created The Shine Project, an online clothing shopping place that would fit the needs of women who serve in their communities, that lead in the workplace, and are doers of good. She’s always looking for a new hobby, and since moving to Nashville has taken up boxing! She loves wearing her High Rise Metro Drifter Tights because they take her from the gym to a cute outfit in a matter of minutes.



1 Comment

September 05, 2017 at 1:33 pm

I love these styles! So comfy, yet stylish and always a sporty look! Hope that Athleta opens a store in the Netherlands too!

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