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The thought of giving up comfy joggers is enough to make some people shudder. Who wants to wear tight, constricting denim when stretchy, forgiving sweats are an option?
Of course, wearing sweatpants in hot, humid 90-degree weather poses a bit of a challenge. But fear not, that’s where sweatshorts come in. They’re just as soft and comfy as the full-length version and more seasonally appropriate.
With warm temps here to stay for the next few months, now is the perfect time to add sweatshorts to your wardrobe. Whether you pair them with your favorite cropped tee or get a matching hoodie to wear with them, the five sweatshorts below will quickly become staples in your summer outfit rotation.
Best Women’s Sweatshorts
Available in white and olive green, these Athleta x Allyson Felix Legend Sweatshorts are amazingly soft. If you like a looser fit, you'll appreciate the wider leg opening on these shorts.
2. Gap Vintage Soft Dolphin Shorts, $39.95
I just purchased these Gap Vintage Soft Dolphin Shorts in two colors, and I love them so much. They're not too baggy or saggy, so you'll still look cute and feel comfortable in them.
These Richer Poorer Women's Stretch Terry Sweatshorts are another personal favorite of mine. The material is thick and substantial, so I never worry about my undies showing through.
4. Outdoor Voices Pickup 3" Short, $48
The Pickup 3" Short is a new release from Outdoor Voices that I have on my wish list. I love the colors, and they're made from 100% organic cotton terry.
These insanely soft and comfy sweatshorts come in a rainbow of colors, and at just $40 you can afford to get more than one pair.
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