Tim Gunn, Tan France, you might want to close your browsers now. Today’s roundup is a tribute to eight fashion lines that prove that activewear belongs both in the studio, and on the streets. And is there a better uniform for the modern woman? Flattering cuts (check), slick designs (check), and comfort that empowers you to take over the world (check check check). Thanks to these brands, we’re not embarrassed to rock our leggings long after a workout, and finally, the words “fashionable” and “fit” are no longer mutually exclusive.
Minimalist, edgy, and with a hint of futuristic, this luxury women’s activewear brand has a sophisticated downtown attitude.
2. Alo Yoga
With stretchy fabrics in bohemian cuts, Alo is likely already taking up real estate in the closets of your hardcore yogi friends.
3. FP Movement
It comes as no surprise that Free People is killing it in the activewear department. Their FP Movement line has super cute styles for both your highest performance and most zen practice.
For the fit minimalist, this is a line of sporty basics you wont want to take off. The spot-on colors make it a personal favorite of mine.
5. Outdoor Voices
With simple cuts in eye-catching colors, it’s easy to see why the millennials love Austin-based OV.
6. The Upside
When it comes to pattern on workout clothes, there’s a fine line between cheesy and chic. The Upside is the latter, causing many to rethink their commitment to solid workout clothes.
7. Adidas by Stella McCartney
If fitness and fashion had a baby, it’d look like this. The product of two beloved labels, this collab is the stuff of dreams.
Ready to splurge on your activewear? With its breathable fabric, seamless construction, and anti-camel toe technology (seriously!), Ultracor is said to truly be the best of the best.