The theme for the line seems to be pieces you can carry from daywear, to the gym and then out afterwards for drinks. Completely transferable for any occasion, comfortable, and stylish to boot.
The only downside to the collection in my opinion is the abundance of grey - although a heather grey oversized tee screams cute-casual, workout sweat + grey = definite disaster. They should have thought this through a bit better.
The marbled effect is an awesome way to bring some hallucinogenic bursts of colour into your gym outfit. Team it with some dark leggings and bright trainers for the perfect summery sports vibe.
These would be a well-suited shade on almost anyone, and the high-waisted shape and luxe material would be overly flattering. Pinching you in, in all right places. Skimming curves and bringing some animal print luxe to your morning run. Comfort has never looked so good.
Looser shorts are perfect for cardio and aerobics type activities. They are airy and comfortable and allow for maximum movement. The tight cinched waste covers all the jiggly bits, and the mint gives it a spark of colour to stop them being dull run-of-the-mill Sports Direct shorts. (Excuse the pun.)
The low cut is flattering, giving a slimming impression to your shoulders. With less support than the other bras on offer in the collection, this one would be the pick for a low-impact activity like Yoga or Pilates. Similar to the crops seen in the likes of Topshop last season, for the bolder this could double as a night-out option. Pair it with high wasted trousers, heels and a blazer.
With H&M pushing active wear and Boohoo close to follow alongside Missguided, where do you go to for stylish gym gear?