Fabletics came out with more outfits in October that I couldn’t resist. I typically buy Fabletics for casual wear and non-running activities, but this month I bought two outfits for running.
Salar Capris and Cashel Top (Hariett Outfit)
The first outfit, Hariett, included patterned Salar Capris (my favorite Fabletics bottom) and the Cashel Top. Patterned Salars from Fabletics have a slightly slick feel, making them better for running then the Salar’s knit-like fabric in solid colors, which has more potential to pill. Salars are compressive, comfortable, and have a waistband pocket, so these will be good for runs where I don’t need a ton of pockets. The Cirrus print is very pretty, with a mix of teal, dark green, light blue, grey, and black. I ordered these in my typical size medium, and they fit the same as my other Salars and are opaque.
The Cashel top is new to me. It has a mesh bottom and sleeves and thumbholes.
I thought the mesh would be great for cool-weather running because I always sweat a lot at my elbow creases. This top is awesome. The top part is a bit of a heavier material, and the mesh isn’t too fragile or airy. It’s roomy and comfortable. There are ties at the side so you can cinch it. This is going to be great for running this fall (assuming fall weather ever comes). I wish I would have tried it earlier and got it in the black color too (black is now out of stock in most sizes). There are also tank and hoodie version of the Cashel Top; I might get the tank in the future since I like the top so much. The color is a very light blue. I like whites or light colors for running in pre-dawn dark.
I really like this outfit overall and will be wearing it for fall runs.
Lisette High-Waisted Legging and Delta Seamless Top
The other outfit I got were two separate pieces. It’s more expensive to buy pieces separately, but I really wanted both of them.
I really love the Lisette High-Waisted Legging in Floral Spark Print. The print has gorgeous fall colors–burgundy, teal/forest green, grey, white, and pink. It’s beautiful in person. Note that the pattern placement varies. This is the first time I’ve tried these tights. I found the fit, compression, material, and comfort identical to the Salar tights. I think the only difference is that these are high-waisted. As with the patterned Salars, the fabric has a bit of slickness to them that will make these good for running. Like Salars, there is a waistband pocket.
I just couldn’t pass up the Delta Seamless Top in the coordinating green (Baltic) color. And when I got it out of the package, it was love at first touch. It’s extremely soft and thick–more soft and thick than Lulu’s seamless Switfly tops. The detailing in the front is perforated, which adds ventilation. I thought the very top was mesh, but it’s actually just a larger weave of the same fabric. It has a very wide neck, which is nice for those of us who sweat a lot in our upper chest area. The top is fitted and sits very close to the bottom. My only concern with these types of tops–and the reason I only wear Swiftlys as an underlayer tucked in–is that they tend to ride up, especially on slick run bottoms. However, wearing these with the high-waisted tights should help with that.
I also really love this outfit. Now I just need fall weather to come so I can try these out! (This morning it was 65 and still super humid, so I’m still wearing shorts and tanks.)
I am having more hits than misses with Fabletics these days. There’s more that I considered buying but made myself hold back given that I also got some new outfits last month.
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