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Taking Joggers Beyond the Gym

If you love something, wear it all the time…Find things that suit you. That’s how you look extraordinary. — Vivienne Westwood

Amazing how a pant that started out for running or heading to the gym, has now become a chic fashion must have for your wardrobe. They can appear to be very casual but with a few simple style tips, you can up level this closet staple and be cozy chic!

What are joggers? They are casual comfortable pair of pants with a drawstring waist and elastic ankle cuff typically in a cotton fleece fabric.

With athleisure continuing to be a big part of our wardrobes, it is important to have the right fit, so you look pulled together and remain comfortable. What I love about the joggers is that they resemble sweatpants, but are a more tailored slimmer fit down to the elastic ankle cuffs. They can come in various fabrics from traditional cotton fleece to faux leather, silk, or chino. They have become a fashion staple over the past few years and were the perfect pant to feel a little more dressed during the pandemic.

For those of you that follow me on Instagram know, I love joggers! You can see a recent reel on how I style my joggers…

@vouri joggers





It has been a tradition for several years for me to host the Thanksgiving meal and I love it!! There is something about preparing lots of yummy food for those you love that brings me so much joy! (As long as I don't have to do the dishes 😉) Although we can't have all of our family around the table, I treasure those that are here!

Let's step into the last of November with ease, grace, and joy in the simplest of things. I look forward to helping you clear the clutter, maximize your wardrobe, shine a little brighter, and feel fabulous every day!!

With Grace,


This fashion blog is written by Robyn Balsley, Fashion Stylist and CEO of Graceful Impression. Book a certified Fashion Stylist today to upgrade your style and look great from the inside out →

Photo Credits / Clothing: Anthropologie, Spanx, Vouri, Banana Republic, and Pinterest


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