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Welcome to Racked's Fitness Week: five days of workout coverage, so that you can start your New Year's resolutions off right.
- Betabrand's Gray Dress Pant Yoga Pants, $79.20, surpassed its crowdsourcing goal by nearly 300%. Order in the next 9 days to purchase the highly sough
- If you bike to work, the Lululemon Bust a Move Pant, $128, is perfect for looking professional
- The print on the Lorna Jane Amazonia Active Pant, $90, spruces up any work outfit as a statement piece. The print also cheers up even the most robust workout wardrobe.
- Wear Athleta's No Sweatin' It Pant, $89, as a play on the sweats trend. To make them more office appropriate, pair them with strappy stilettos and don'
- The flattering Lucy Everyday Pant, $79, is easy to wear and its versatile pockets are useful for both work and play.
- A modern take on the track pant, the TNA Bowden Pant, $30 (was $70 at Aritzia, works best for work with a tailored white blazer to match the white ra
- Equestrian style is a perennial fashion staple so why not wear the Ariat Denim Breech, $110 at Tal y Tara Tea and Polo, to work and to ride.
- For the guys, the golf pants from Bonobos called the Highland Pant, $108, is perfectly tailored for work wear but the material makes these pants suitable for sports and for ligh
Pants that multitask as both work wear and activewear not only save transition time but they also increase the chance of squeezing in workouts at the end of the day. How often do we head home to change, with every intention to hit the gym, but bypass the running tights for sweats? Suddenly, we're parked in front of the television, ready to watch The Bachelor as we stuff ourselves full of delicious ice cream. Kiss those days goodbye with these flattering workout pants. They all function to athletic standards but are tailored enough to be classified as "office appropriate." Just remember to really dress them up for work — and to pack your running kicks for a quick turnaround. Now there really are no more excuses.