I bought my first Titika piece a few months back during their Black Friday promo, and it’s been a champ. It was very functional, a cute style, and a great price to boot. I’ve been wanting to try more styles, so when Titika asked me about doing a blog post, I was all for it.
Titika mixes technical fitness pieces with casual athleisure styles, all infused with unique, feminine motifs. Worth noting: Titika is one of the few brands out there that Canadians can get without any hassle. Since they are based in Canada, there are no extra duty charges, no crazy international shipping fees, and no exchange rate to worry about. And of course, they’re still reasonably priced and easy to order from for us Americans, too.
Thanks to Titika for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own.
The Penny tank is my favorite piece of this outfit. The fabric is lightweight and very soft. The fit is loose but not baggy, and the length hits at a nice spot. The armholes swoop low enough to show a bit of your sports bra, which is especially great if you have a fun strappy back you want to show off. I wore it running and it was perfect. Plus it’s only $32! This tank is a gem if you ask me. The navy color is a great neutral, but I’m considering going back for the light pink color, too.
The cut-out bra is another great technical piece. It has a wide, supportive waistband and comfortable, sturdy shoulder straps. It’s medium support on me with good coverage. It’s cut very well–no pinching or digging anywhere. I love the feminine details like the ruched center and subtle mesh cutout. It comes with cups, too!
The Cole B leggings play up the high waist trend and pair it with edgy details. I love the mixture of the shine panels with the pinhole mesh. I was glad to find that all the details hit at a nice spot on my legs, as opposed to crossing my knee or pinching. The material is supplex, which has a cottony feel while still being lightweight. The inseam is great for a petite lady; as you can see, there’s zero ankle bunching on me; they’re exactly full length. These are low compression, so between that and the cottony fabric, my preference would be to wear these mostly for lower-impact workouts or casual wear where I don’t need a lot of support.
When I’m putting together outfits, I like to throw in a wild card (which I wrote about here). For this outfit, that wild card is the mikazou vest. The safari vibes bring something really unexpected. Not to mention, the little lion details are ridiculously adorable. When you don’t want to fully change your outfit but want to cover up your gym clothes for running around town, a long vest like this does the trick. The fabric is cupro, which has a lightweight, soft, tissue-like feel.
Titika sizing notes
One of the things that Titika does very well is offer a wide range of sizing options. Many brands only offer 4 sizes, XS-L, but Titika offers 7 or even 8 sizes in many of their styles. Most of their sizing is numeric, ranging from 00-12. A lot of their styles also have actual measurements of the item listed on the product page, which is so helpful.
Most of their numeric sizing will translate directly from your size in normal clothing. My dress size is 0/00, which ended up being my Titika size.
The cutout bra in a size 0 fits me extremely well. It’s tight enough to fit a band size 28-30. Sports bras for small band sizes are hard to find, so I was really impressed with how well this fit. Go with your normal top size.
The penny tank has a somewhat loose fit in your normal size. Mine is a size 0. Go down a size if you’d like a slightly more tailored fit.
The mikazou vest is sized XS-L, but because of how it fits, you have wiggle room with sizing. I recommend going with your normal size.
Titika’s bottoms run a bit bigger than the rest of their lineup, so I suggest going down a size. My Cole B leggings are a size 00, which I think fit more like a (street size) 0 or a big 0.
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