This is a sponsored post by prAna – but all opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting Football Food and Motherhood!
You have to love that athleasure wear is the cool trend these days. What is better for a mom on-the-go than being able to look cute and feel comfortable? With all the walking, commuting around the city and constant moving (bend and snap, anyone?), I need clothes that can keep up with me, and I’ve said it before – prAna is one of my favorite brands.
They have some of the best free-flowing pants on the market that can take me from daytime walking Max to school, to a meeting in the office, to throwing heels on and transforming this into a evening with my mom-friends for dinner and drinks.
**insider note: This photo was taken by the one and only Max after school, and this exact outfit which I then wore (paired with Show Me Your MUMU silk tank underneath) to a dinner meeting with heels in my bag.
It’s an art to be able to transform from day to night simply for us city moms, and prAna is my favorite collection of items to have on hand when I need to do this (plus, come on – they come in every New Yorker’s favorite color – black!).
These are my new yoga pants people. Way more comfortable, and they look fancy at school drop off.
sweater: Daria Sweater Hoodie in Black $89
i am IN LOVE with this sweater right now. I am sort of obsessed with hats and hoods, so this is a great fall piece that is light enough to carry in case it gets chilly, while also being warm and transitional throughout the day. It dresses up and dresses down well making it a quality staple item in my closet.
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Author: Stephanie Barnhart
Stephanie Barnhart is Author/Founder of Footballfoodandmotherhood.com, New York Editor for Mommy Nearest Magazine, and Founder/Social Media Strategist of SocialmindedMediaGroup.com. Stephanie is also a speaker of best online practices for small business and soloprenurs, as well as an educator to parents on social media monitoring. She has also been seen in the New York Times, PARENTGUIDE News, NY Metro Parent, ABC News, and been a contributing author on various websites.