Even though what you wear to work out may not be the most important thing… wait, who are we kidding, of course it’s important! Whether you’re a fashionista or just need a cool outfit to make you look good and feel super confident, these suggestions may just hit the spot. Here are some new hip sports brands for every style and budget.
Their motto, “Engage Your Life Force”, this brand offers amazingly funky, sexy and glamorous clothes with a sporty feel. Their Vimmia X fabric is more than just a cool fashion statement. The fitness benefits are endless: promotes better skin thermoregulation by keeping you cooler in warmer temperature and warmer in cooler temperatures while helping you maintain a constant core temperature, “Squeezing” blood vessels via compression fabrics causes those vessels to open forcefully, which allows more blood and oxygen into the compressed muscle and helps shunt waste, and the cosmetic benefits of reducing the appearance of cellulite.
This Los Angeles based activewear designer offers pieces inspired by the beauty of sport and the power of intelligent design. Splits59 is the next step in the evolution of activewear for women. Their innovative garments meld the latest in technically advanced fabrics with sleek silhouettes and a directional attitude.
ULTRACOR, a performance driven fashion line created from the finest technical fabrics, utilizing patented engineering to provide fit like never before.
Created by a 20 year Bikram Yogi, Onzie blends the best of traditional yoga wear with modern innovation and a touch of whimsy. They provide active apparel that is functional, flexible and flattering. Their philosophy is “keep your practice challenging, and your wardrobe simple!”
H&M offers fun, young and versatile fashion at very affordable prices. The sports collections for both men and women are fun and pieces come as cheap at $12.99 for a shirt. Unpretentious, simple and comfortable.
All of Teeki products are made from sustainable or recycled goods. They strive to keep plastic out of land fills. It takes over 400 years for plastic bottles to fully biodegrade, so by recycling bottles into clothes they are offsetting the need to produce new raw materials. Every pound of Teeki conserves an equivalent of half a gallon of gasoline!