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5 Premium Athleisure Brands That Make Getting Fit Feel Better

Here are five brands that offer a good fit, premium fabrics, and cool designs that stand out.

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It's often said that if you look good, you feel good, and that saying holds true when it comes to choosing fitness wear. Looking good during your walk, run, yoga class, weight-lifting session, and other workout activities can be a powerful motivator. When you feel beautiful and strong, it can help you mentally push through a tough workout, especially if you're trying to overcome a plateau. Athletic fashion that's well-made, good-fitting, and available in flattering colors and styles can even improve posture and help you move properly.

Here are five brands that offer a good fit, premium fabrics, and cool designs that stand out.

1. Feel Good, Do Good

Aniesia Williams / K-Deer

We all have a different comfort level with our body and K-DEER honors that by offering tops, leggings, and sports bras with multiple cut and coverage choices for women wearing sizes extra-small to 4XL. Choose ankle- or capri-length pants or workout skirts of varying lengths. Tanks, shirts, turtlenecks, and even cardigans made with K-DEER's MicroFlex nylon and spandex fabric have a luxurious drape and easy flow for a full range of motion that keeps moisture at bay no matter how intense your activity. K-DEER workout gear is available in bold prints, colors, and patterns. A portion of the proceeds from online sales of the Signature Stripes collection's color pop, ombre, and multicolor patterns go to charitable causes like health and wellness, animal welfare, and environmental aid...

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