Getting in Shape
With warmer weather fast approaching, many of us are looking to tone up in time for summer. With these exciting new sportswear brands youll be able to get fit and look good while doing it, no matter what activity you choose to get you there.
Brands Youll Love
Yoga is fast becoming one of the most popular ways for busy women to keep fit, and the health benefits it provides are a huge part of its appeal. If youre looking for a way to calm your mind while still being on-trend, take inspiration from new brands Lulu Lemon and Vaara, or from the capsule yoga collection Laain has added to its existing range. All three labels are fantastic for yoga-wear that complements the female body, in a variety of colourful designs which allow you to relax and de-stress in style.
Sometimes working up the motivation to go to the gym is the hardest part of exercising. Every Second Counts has found a way to combat this lack of enthusiasm by releasing a collection of gym-wear so stylish youll be thinking of any excuse to get into the gym, not avoid it! Available in soft, pretty colours, their separates and sets are easy to team with pieces already in your wardrobe. Whistles x Frame follows a similar theme of beautiful pieces ready to wear to both the gym and to lunch, with both style and comfort key points across the entire 13-piece collection.
Are more rigorous, intense activities more your style? Check Bjrn Borg for a huge range of armour-inspired pieces to add some flair to your workout wardrobe. With a collection spanning trainers, bags and even underwear, this exciting new brand is sure to have something to inspire you. The possibilities for sporting style are endless. Football kits, available online from places such as https://www.kitking.co.uk can look great paired with high-end pieces for a unique take on activewear styling.
For many of us, looking good while working up a sweat is an important requirement. We are Handsome and No ka oi, with their collections of fashion-forward pieces, are foolproof choices for the sporty fashionista. In fact, much of their ranges look more like couture than sportswear, while still perfectly fit for purpose – whats not to love?