Whether you're working out outdoors or just leaning into a fitness wardrobe most of the time these days, Athleta has so many cute options to make sure you stay comfortable this season. Adding some warmth when you go jogging - or run to the store - never hurts, whether it's an oversized poncho or a plush sweater you won't want to take off afterwards. Plus, if you're heading to a local park to exercise, having one of these means you won't sweat the small stuff (like where your extra layer is when the temperatures drop low). Of all the sweaters and sweatshirts at Athleta, these 21 are our favorites we know will keep you cozy even when the weather has absolutely no chill. Check them out ahead and see if you're more into a breathable hoodie or a wrap that's pretty much like a blanket to-go instead. Related: We Compared 8 Athleta Leggings So You Can Shop With Confidence
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During wintertime, you can find me wrapped up in a blanket 24/7. I am one of those people who's eternally cold. Now add in the factor that I'm a shopping editor, and you can only imagine how particular I am about what sweaters I buy. My picks need to be cozy and warm but not itchy. I want it loose but not baggy; I don't want to look like I'm wearing a potato sack. After testing probably hundreds of knits, I have found my absolute top pick. This Banana Republic Aire Waffle-Knit Sweater ($78, originally $99) is the dreamiest, cloud-like option that's so wonderful, I could probably even sleep in it. The fit is comfortable, the knit is luxurious, and the style is versatile. It comes in white, black, blue, gray, lavender, and more colors. Read on to get all the details, and consider investing in this supple sweater for yourself. It's on sale today, so just trust me and add it to your cart. I've already ordered another one in black. Related: I've Probably Tested 100+ Skinny Jeans, but This Is the Only (Comfy!) Pair I'll Rate 5 Stars
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At a time when the future seems particularly uncertain, we could all use things that feel like hugs or make our lives easier. Comforting candles, cozy lounge sets, the practicality of a new piece of furniture, or long baths that warm us up from the inside out. Bathrooms are really underrated in that, when decorated to our liking, they can bring a lot of comfort and happiness. There are so many things we can fill them with to add functionality, and make them a destination for entertainment and relaxation. To help you achieve these goals, and usher in an era of music-filled showers, movie nights in the bath tub, or easy cleaning days, I curated some ridiculously practical products you'll swear by. Related: These 23 Decor Pieces Are So Joyful, You'll Feel Uplifted at Home
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