The next time you shop at Athleta, don’t just shop the sports bras, tanks, and yoga pants. The brand also has a range of comfortable, breathable dresses that are perfect for brunch, the beach, or your next vacation. We’ve rounded up five dresses that will bring the sizzle this summer but keep you cool and fresh.

The high-low Athleta Presidio Dress ($98)

This breezy-looking dress is sustainable since it’s made from Recycled Poly, a fabric sourced from post-consumer plastic bottles. The wrinkle-free fabric packs easily into a suitcase when you travel and the dress offers up to 50+ UPF

Athleta Rincon Dress ($98)

This short, silky dress is styled like a shift with a drawstring at the waist, so you can adjust the silhouette depending on what you’re doing that day. It’s made from a lightweight, breathable, quick-drying fabric that keeps you cool even on hot, sultry days.

Athleta Match Point Dress ($89)

With the Athleta Matchpoint dress, you can win tennis matches, kill the fashion game on the court, and lighten your carbon footprint. This tennis dress is made from high-performance recycled nylon in a fair-trade certified factory. The fun silhouette allows for plenty of movement on the court. It’s also moisture-wicking, quick-drying, and breathable.

Athleta Marlow Maxi Dress ($108)

This recycled polyester/spandex dress lends itself to so many looks. Wear it with combat boots, a chunky silver necklace, and a jacket. Go casual with sneakers and a baseball cap. Release your inner hippie with sandals, braids, and beaded jewelry. The flowy, breathable fabric feels as light as air and is wrinkle-free. This makes it the ideal dress to take on a weekend trip out of town.

Athleta Santorini Thera Printed Dress ($40-$89)

With a flattering curved empire waist, a high neckline, fitted bodice, and hemline that hovers above the knee, this dress allows you to transition from a day look to a night one easily. The modal/spandex fabric is made from European beechwood trees harvested from sustainable forests so it’s easy on the environment too.

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