Looking good while working out has never been easier. Big names like Kate Hudson and Beyoncé have jumped into athleisure. It’s a new trend that takes you from the gym to the café — no sweat!

From Kate Hudson’s Fabletics to Beyoncé’s Ivy Park, the athleisure trend is blowing up. Even Carrie Underwood is singing its praises.

The idea? Make stylish, flattering clothing that can go from the gym to the coffee shop.

Deco caught up with local designer Jessica Anderson at the beautiful Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne. She told us it’s all about keeping up with the active woman.

Jessica Anderson, Centre Court Activewear: “The greatest part of athleisure is that you can easily transition from dropping kids off at school, to going to barre class to meeting your girlfriend for a drink.”

Jessica’s new line for Centre Court Activewear is all about form and function.

Jessica Anderson: “This is a piece from Centre Court Activewear, spring collection. It’s made to take you off the courts. We have the Encantada skirt and this awesome top that you can pull over your head. It looks like an everyday shirt.”

From the court to the café, it’s all about convenience. And when you hit the gym, you can work out in style.

Jessica Anderson: “This is a great versatile tank from Centre Court Activewear, paired with a printed legging from Azul Boutique. It’s very functional. You can do a barre class, yoga class — doesn’t show the sweat.”

Jessica Anderson: “For the Centre Court Activewear line, the cuts are loose to the body, which is different than some of your more well-known mass market brands.”

It’s all about versatility. Hit the mall, or do lunch with a friend, then do a spin class to work it off.

Jessica Anderson: “Women nowadays became — juggling work, picking kids up after school — they wanna throw in a barre class or something. They need clothing that covers all lifestyle categories.”

So if you’re ready for a life of leisure, put on some fashionable workout gear, and don’t let them see you sweat!

Centre Court Activewear

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