There’s nothing I love more than wearing bold or avant-garde fashions, especially when they are in the form of spandex. Products get extra style points if they can blur the lines with my daytime or nighttime outfits. I had the pleasure of meeting one of San Francisco’s own activewear designers during San Francisco Fashion Week this year, Svetlana of Be Bold Activewear. I was instantly obsessed with the style (and QUALITY!) of her staple design, the Tank Into the Future tank. It’s functional enough to work out in and fits seamlessly into my day to day fashion.It is extremely flattering: Its slimming waistline and baggier top half make for a feminine fit, accentuating your body in all the right places, regardless of your body type. It’s especially amazing for gals that are top heavy; your chest
It is extremely flattering: It’s slimming waistline and baggier top half make for a feminine fit, accentuating your body in all the right places, regardless of your body type. It’s especially amazing for gals that are top heavy; your chest won’t be smashed into it, causing an unflattering and asymmetrical fit.
I tested this top out while teaching class at Barry’s Bootcamp, and LOVED how it performed. The slimmer fit at the hem kept it in place when I demonstrated exercises and bounced around the room cheering my clients on. I have worked out in it since, and feel the same. This tank and other amazing products are up for pre-sale now on the site, reserve yours now!
Top: c/o Be Bold Activewear, Tank Into the Future Tank
Bottoms: Michi Hydra Crop in Plum/Black
Bra: Michi Bionic Bra in Black
Sunglasses: Ray Ban Aviators, in Silver/Pink
Shoes: Just Fab Zannia High Top
Foundation Primer: Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer
Foundation: Sephora Collection Perfection Mist Airbrush Foundation in Medium
Blush: Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush in Luminous Flush
Eyeshadow: c/o Chanel Travel Makeup Palette
Mascara: Dior Diorshow Black Out Mascara
Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Medium Ash Brown
Nails: Essie Polish in Stylenomics
Photography by Julia McBee of Whole30SF