Forget heavy layers. Get through the winter season in style with lifestyle and performance pieces from the Fabletics December Collection.
This post is sponsored by Fabletics.
Welcome back to Fit & Fashionable Friday!! Now that the holidays are over, we’re back to our regularly scheduled programing and this link up will be here each and every Friday! Woot!!
Ok, so I realize it’s no longer December, but December simply didn’t feel cold enough to share these great winter pieces. Now that there is actually a bit of a chill in the air, I’ve been wearing the great new pieces from Fabletics’ December collection like it’s my job.
I love the name of this collection: Winter, Whatever. It’s filled with super cozy, warm pieces so you don’t need a bunch of heavy, bulky layers to look fit & fashionable this winter. My selections this month? The Yukon Dress and the Calyspo Jacket!
THE YUKON DRESS
This dress is one of the warmest things I’ve ever put on thanks to Fabletics’ Knitfit, fabric that keeps you warm with a knit exterior and brushed fleece interior. I wore this outside on a 38 degree day and didn’t even need a jacket. The hood is a great addition for chilly days, and the kangroo front pocket is a great addition, though it can bunch up and make you look a little poochy if you aren’t careful.
THE CALYSPO JACKET
This jacket also uses Fabletics’ Knitfit fabric, so it’s another crazy cozy piece. I’m in love with the asymmetrical zip and all of the exposed hardware. It says, “I’m kind of a badass, but I still like to be warm, Bro.”
Like every collection in the past, there were a number of great pieces I was debating over. Here are my almost-made-its:
You can still get these pieces on fabletics.com, so head on over there and get winter ready!
Alright, I know you all have lots of Fit & Fashionable-ness to share since the link up went on a little break, so let’s see what you’ve got! As always, you can find the full link up rules here.
Do you like have one really warm piece or a bunch of layers?
Which piece from the December Collection do you have your eye on?