Some of you may relate and some of you may not but there’s nothing that pushes one to exercise like a collection of good workout-wear. Or at least that’s the case with me. But shopping for eye-catching activewear can be slightly daunting because when something good catches your eye, most of the times, comes with a heavy price tag. Am I right or am I right? So we did some research and found a bunch of activewear labels that won’t burn a hole in your pocket and come with an assortment of stylish designs. Fitness enthusiasts, if you’ve been on the hunt, here are 8 brands you could check out now!
Activewear labels that effortlessly mix form and function:
Myriad Activewear effortlessly mixes function and fashion. The collection consisting of jackets, racer crop-tops, t-shirts, joggers and more feature quirky graphic prints, geometrical motifs and symmetrical lines to colour-blocked designs and tone-on-tone options. The designs also come with a touch of London’s street-style vibe owing to the designer’s stay there. Pretty cool, no?
From activewear to loungewear, Silvertraq is a one-stop-shop for all your quarantine needs. Their athleisure designs come with two distinctive qualities: they’re anti-odour, already a big yes-yes, and dry quickly. The mix of playful sartorial elements like fun cuts, colours and prints is an added perk.
There’s nothing like bright and happy hues to uplift a dull mood. And Pokaba will do just that. If you want to spruce up your workout wear by injecting a bolt of vibrancy to it, the sets, tanks, t-shirts, jackets and everything in-between will serve just the purpose.
As opposed to loud workout wear with bright hues and eccentric prints, Athlos‘ ideology is all about minimalistic, modest and understated gear. The other reason why you should most definitely check them out is for their usage of fabrics. An all-natural range comprising bamboo, eucalyptus, econyl and merino are what their designs are made of making them an eco-friendly investment.
Most of you are probably already aware of Decathlon but for those that aren’t, one walk through their store or a virtual one on their website is going to leave you spoiled for options. Decathalon is an international sportswear retailer and is your one-stop-shop for everything to do fitness. From shoes to clothes to accessories that will help you curate the perfect workout wardrobe all in one place, is the best way to define Decathlon.
6. Soul Space
In an effort to provide consumers with more options that amalgamate functionality and style, Soul Space designs activewear that not only is a mix of these two elements but is also good for the planet. Their products are 100% sustainable and are made from organic cotton and comply with fairtrade sourcing terms. From relaxed Yoga-appropriate clothes like kurta and capri sets to gym sets, loungewear and activewear tops, pants and more, this is just a small list from an assortment of designs you’ll find on their virtual home.
If you’ve got a penchant for workout gear that is high on that fun quotient, Skegs will leave you delighted. With affordable price tags, Skegs’ got a variety of activewear that comes in prints like donuts, avocados, animal print, firey motifs, aztec and so, so much more. Not going to stall you with words, just go check them out to know what I’m saying.
Got a knack for non-flashy and simple workout wear with a good amount of variety? Flexchamps will sort you out. From ribbed sports bras, that are easy to take off, to gym sets in poppy colours, to crop-tops you can style outside of your fitness routines, they’ve got something to suit everyone’s tastes and needs.
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