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Athleisure is here to stay

Now that athleisure is a bona fide style movement, you can fashionably leave your house in yoga pants. Whether we like it or not, this trend is here to stay, as Americans have gotten too comfortable in their socially acceptable sweats to give them up anytime soon.

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