Guys, let鈥檚 be honest: stiff button-downs and non-stretchy pants are no one鈥檚 friend. Who wants to spend the day in fear that with one wrong move your pants are going to split right down the middle? It should go without saying that your comfy self is your best self. But you know, comfy in the sense that you鈥檙e comfortable in what you鈥檙e wearing, not so much in the 鈥淚 haven鈥檛 changed out these sweatpants in five days鈥 kind of way. If you鈥檙e looking to add a few pieces to your wardrobe that can be worn from the gym and beyond, check out these six athleisure brands.


1. Outdoor Voices: For all you ultra-trendy dudes, here鈥檚 an option that you can totally wear to the gym but doesn鈥檛 come off as overly sporty. Tyler Haney, a graduate of Parsons and the designer behind the line, says she always been attracted to the concept of casual activity. She grew up in Colorado, where being active wasn鈥檛 something you did for an hour a day, but rather way a way of life. That mindset definitely shines through in Haney鈥檚 designs. If you鈥檙e looking for pieces that are perfect for a lounge-around Sunday, this is your go-to spot.


2. Lululemon: We鈥檒l just go ahead and answer your first question right away: No, Lululemon is not just a place where ladies go for fancy yoga pants. The brand actually has tons of men鈥檚 clothing that鈥檚 perfect for the gym and then some. For a great crossover, try the Pace Breaker Shorts ($64), which come with a soft, comfortable COOLMAX liner that鈥檚 built to be breathable and dry quickly. If you鈥檙e more interested in a piece that feels as comfortable as activewear but can be worn out to dinner, try the Closer Long Sleeve Top ($108), which has all the formality of a normal button-down but is made with swift fabric that鈥檚 lightweight and wicks away sweat.


3. Without Walls: Considering this is Urban Outfitter鈥檚 athletic line, you can pretty much assume it鈥檚 going to be trendy as ever. Here you鈥檒l find color blocked jackets, sweatpants that don鈥檛 make you look like you just finished up a two-day video game spree and printed training shorts than can easily be worn around town.


4. Uniqlo: While this Japanese fast-fashion giant isn鈥檛 specifically an athletic company, functionality is a core value to the brand鈥檚 business. Uniqlo鈥檚 Global Chief Creative Officer LeAnn Nealz tells, 鈥淲ith HeatTech, with AIRism, with Ultra Light Down, what we do each season is try to give more functionality to those core pieces. We鈥檙e not a performance company, but we are a company that supports all aspects of your life, and that is certainly one of them.鈥 Invest in one of their Supima Cotton Tops ($13), which is made with soft Supima cotton that鈥檚 built to hold its shape through the wash.


5. Cotton On: When a brand has the word 鈥渃otton鈥 in the title, you know it鈥檚 going to be a keeper. For a pant that鈥檚 not necessarily fit for the gym but will make your day super comfy, try the Drake Pant ($45), which looks totally fashionable but is actually made from 98% cotton.


6. American Giant: If you鈥檙e looking for something with a heavy sport focus, this brand might be your go-to. Our must-have picks are the Baseball Jacket ($89) that鈥檚 actually made from fleece and The Weekend Short ($44) that looks like a classed-up version of simple sweat shorts.

Any great athleisure brands we missed? Share your favorite in the comments below.