When it comes to activewear, people are often inclined to just get the cheapest option, especially in terms of accessories and clothing. Choosing activewear that is a little bit more expensive can do you a world of good in terms of comfort, style and the technology used to create the fabrics. The fabrics become more technical, more tailored and used technology to help your body stay cool through the vigorous challenges. To help you understand, we’ve come up with 4 luxury activewear brands just for you!
LNDR have an exclusive range of clothing that is available for both the gym and relaxing. It brings together clothing for those who have a well-rounded lifestyle, making it comfortable and stylish to wear the LNDR ranges. They offer everything from waterproof pieces for the outdoors to temperature regulating technology to help you keep your body at the right temperature during exercise. The line between casual everyday and technical activewear has well and truly been blurred by LNDR as they attempt to create or at the very least, become the face of casual wear for women.
The name is luxurious as it suggests with Olympia Activewear. Olympia Activewear is designed with the active female in mind, however, with a modern and refined approach. The ideology of the brand is based on being strong and feminine but with aesthetics in sports, style, and comfort. The brand is truly premium and created used custom elastics, cotton basics and silk lounge pieces.
One Athletic marry both activewear and streetwear together in order to create slick, seamless and contemporary designs. The materials used are high-quality and One Athletic use a design team to ensure that their products are comfortable, stylish and part truly part of the One Athletic collections. Their ranges of tracksuits, hoodies, track pants, accessories, and t-shirts have been listed all over the world with models from New York, Singapore and London all featuring the exclusive collections. With several new collections rumored to be released in the near future, One Athletic are definitely a brand to keep your eye on in 2018.
Tracksmith is truly a unique concept compared to each of the brands included in the list. With Tracksmith take a different approach to the conventional neon mesh materials that we see gyms flooded with. Rather than creating pieces that are there to help you stand out from the crowd, Tracksmith has used their ‘70s track star’ style, alongside some technical fabrics to bring back some of the retro activewear we have been missing. Retro clothing will always be popular but now you can really get a ‘Rocky III’ with Tracksmith!