Channel Your Inner Ivy League Athlete with This Running Brand

Tracksmith launches its women's collection of classic sports gear today.

Tracksmith Launches Women's Collection
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Between the resurgence of flare jeans and designer collaborations for athletic apparel, it's clear there are two trends reigning: nostalgia and activewear. Both come together in Tracksmith, a brand known for its running gear, which just launched its first women's collection today.

Tracksmith traces its inspiration back to vintage Ivy League style and running culture in New England, where the brand is based. The co-founder and CEO, Matt Taylor, was a former Yale University Track & Field athlete himself, so the simple, all-American design feels truly genuine.

Tracksmith Van Cortlandt Singlet in Slate, $65; Van Cortlandt Short in Red, $60; Charles Cheater Windbreaker in Navy, $198
Tracksmith Van Cortlandt Singlet in Slate, $65; Van Cortlandt Short in Red, $60; Charles Cheater Windbreaker in Navy, $198
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While the "athleisure" style of late has introduced some creative results that are almost too fashion-forward to make sense for a workout (Nike x Sacai, anyone?), Tracksmith's offerings keep it simple and purpose-driven. The mesh performance fabric you'll find in its products is light, breathable and optimal for a streamlined run—no tugging or adjusting required.

Some of our top picks include the classic running shorts ($60), mesh single stripe top ($65) and windbreaker ($198).

Check out more of the collection here.

Former Associate Editor at StyleBistro. Willing to try any workout trend. Green beauty junkie. Fan of overdressing. Proud member of the cult of Beyoncé. Twitter/Insta: @kristinarodulfo Follow me: Google
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