Activewear that is all work and no play can get tiresome. That’s why we’re so stoked on the fresh batch of Spring goodies from Free People that does double duty by delivering performance for the gym and comfort for the street. Whether you’re a yogi, barre enthusiast, or a fitness fashion queen, there’s something for everyone in this stylish collection of yoga leggings and activewear.
For the Barre Enthusiast:
The Amanda Tank, boasts a form fitting design, with a circle collar, and cut outs that wrap from side to back, giving you feminine style you can move in. The On Tour Legging and Motion Legging feature dancer-inspired detailing that elevates any ensemble with chic understated style.
For the Yogi:
Free People’s Namaste Legging boasts a soft cozy knit fabric with a high waistband for a comfort level that is perfect for restorative yoga or a restorative day at home on the couch. The stirrup detail at each ankle provides a secure fit so you can flow freely in the studio, without having to readjust your leggings. The Halo Legging and Supernova Crop Top feature cut out detailing that adds extra style while providing ventilation for any studio practice.
For the Fitness Fashion Queen:
Whether you sport athleisure wear to be ready for anything during your busy day, or for all day comfort on the weekends, this collection will ensure you can do it all – and look good doing it! The Slit Knee Legging features a seamless construction, with tons of stretch, and cut out detail at each knee, lending edgy style that looks as good as it feels. The Wrap It Up Vest and Retro Vibes Hoodie lend a relaxed fit and detailing that keeps your style feminine yet comfortable, making them the perfect transition pieces that you can throw on pre- or post- workout for casual, comfortable style you can sport anywhere.
The new spring collection flaunts a blend of feminine and edgy style that is distinct to Free People clothing. The best part? The styles are so versatile you can mix and match any of the pieces for a look as unique as you are. Shop the new spring collection of Free People here.
– Sara Rosario