AUT Style Series: A Recycled Athleisure Look

Recently, I started playing golf…because WHY NOT? So what if I am terrible, right? I honestly can’t get any worse. The last time we were out, I stopped flagging people ahead of me (it was so embarrassing) and just moved onto the next hole. Figured that I would use that time to work on my driving skills (I mean the golf cart) and basically nothing else. Same thing goes for tennis…I am awful LOL. But here is the catch…I want to look the part of a seasoned pro because you have to fake it until you make it. Everything tagged in this post has been shared before but this is put together in a different way. HUGE fan of recycling over here.

Sweatshirt: Lululemon
This half-zip cropped Scuba hoodie is still legit. I sized up and got the M/L in this so it would be extra big and I am so glad that I did. I love the thumbholes and the special hidden kangaroo pocket for my phone. Did I really need this hoodie for $118? Nope. But I am so glad that I purchased it because the quality is awesome, it is so comfortable and I know it will never go out of style.
Cost: $118

Shirt: Nordstrom
For an everyday  tshirt, I prefer this BP brand from Nordstrom. I will buy shirts from Target in a pinch but I think these ones wash nicer and they do not pill or fade. The shirt is lightweight but not sheer. One thing with this tshirt is to size up one size!
Price: $14

Skirt: Old Navy
This is actually an athletic skort with built in biker shorts underneath! It can actually COMFORTABLY fit tennis balls or your phone. I love that this skort is high-waisted with a very simple pull on design. It comes in 5 colors and I am wearing “Blue Dove.”
Price: $28

Shoes: Adidas Ultraboost
When I embraced the athleisure movement, I also embraced sneakers and over the course of the past two years, I have bought 3 pairs of Ultraboost…excessive? Yes! But here is the thing…all 3 pairs are different AND they are all in outstanding condition. These are by far my most worn shoes for athleisure and I have logged miles and miles in these things. Personally, I would not recommend these for running (I am a Brooks or On Running kinda gal) but these are perfect for vacation, running errands, walks in the park, etc. The pair shown here are from 2020 so they last and last. I have linked a more recent style that I would purchase in a second if something happened to mine!
Cost: $190 to $220

If you liked this outfit, you may like this effortless summer outfit with some of the same pieces

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