Janet Gunn is the inspiring influencer behind The Grateful Gardenia. Originally from Texas, the 58-year-old style guru is now settled in Los Angeles with her husband, son, and dog, Buster. She’s worked as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, flight attendant, actor, jewelry designer, and beyond. In other words, she has a ton of experience and an equally cool personal style. Melissa Meyers is a Los Angeles–based influencer with a focus on beauty, style, travel, and wellness. Her blog, The Glow Girl, aims to empower women to embrace the best version of themselves, age gracefully, and cultivate a glow from the inside out. Oh, and don’t forget to follow them at @janetgunngratefulgardenia and @melissameyers.

We routinely turn to influencers Janet Gunn and Melissa Meyers for their top-notch style advice. And while age should nothing to do with what your fashion choices, their expertise over 50 is always intriguing given their seasoned sartorial point of view. We recently highlighted their favorite dress trends, and next up we thought we’d pivot a bit to discuss something on the other end of the style spectrum. Yep, activewear.

Keep scrolling to uncover the fashionable and functional activewear looks Gunn and Meyers wear for various workouts. And if you’re shopping for new gear, you’ll also uncover a range of product recommendations coming your way as well.

Biking and Hiking

“When out for a leisure bike ride or a fresh-air hike, a full-length legging or breathable jogger with a lightweight top keeps us looking and feeling cool. Try knotting an oversized T-shirt or tank to go from basic to a bit more style!” —Gunn and Meyers

On Gunn: Alo top; Lululemon leggings; Nike sneakers

On Meyers: Sweaty Betty outfit

H&M Sports Top ($18)

Alo Urban Moto Sweatpants ($98)

Sweaty Betty Power Workout Leggings ($100)

Apl: Athletic Propulsion Labs Techloom Phantom Sneakers ($165)

Yoga, Pilates, and Rolling

“Pilates, yoga, or foam roller? All of the above, please. As we get older, it’s important to stay flexible. We like a 3/4 length legging that moves with us, paired with a tank or a T-shirt that is long enough to not ride up as we bend and stretch.”

On Gunn: Lilybod leggings; Alo top

On Meyers: Lululemon outfit

H&M Sports Bra Medium Support ($13)

Spanx Active Crop Leggings ($88)

Adidas Adapt Tank ($18)

Zella Studio Crop Lite Leggings ($55)

Walking and Running

“For a mild cardio walk, a pair of joggers or trending tie-dye sweats (DIY or store-bought!) keep things comfortable and relaxed. For a run, we mix it up a bit with a bike short or a patterned legging to show off a bit of flair. And, of course, a solid, stylish shoe that can walk or run the distance with us.” —Gunn and Meyers

On Meyers: Varley outfit

On Gunn: Alo top; Lululemon leggings; Nike sneakers

Good American Active The Icon Bike Shorts ($65)

Zella Ava T-Shirt ($45)

Onzie Divine Shorts ($69)

Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit Running Shoes ($160)

Home Workouts

“Makeshift home gyms and online class streaming have definitely been helpful over the past few months. When doing our home-based workouts, we like to either wear sheer, loose-fitting tops with a bralette underneath or a quick-dry tank to make sure we have options to cool down if we start to overheat.” —Gunn and Meyers 

On Gunn: Alo outfit; Nike sneakers

On Meyers: Lilybod outfit

Cos Leggings ($79)

Nike Legend Dri-FIT Training Tank ($25)

Bp. Athletic Shorts ($39)

Sand and Surf

“The beach is finally open again, and it’s the perfect spot to get active by running, walking, or jumping waves. When oceanside, we like to keep it fresh with white, light colors, or patterns. Shoes…are optional.” —Gunn and Meyers

On Gunn: Alo outfit

On Meyers: Ultracor outfit

Beyond Yoga Spacedye Slim Racerback Tank ($66)

Onzie< /b> High Basic Midi Leggings ($64)

Year of Ours Anne Marie Tank ($79)

Varley Valley Pants ($118)

Next, check out the basics Gunn and Meyers both love.

Editor’s note: Some of the photos featured were taken pre-social distancing.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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